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  • 3 Monkeys, small, white, H 22 cm
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    Doe, dressing painting, flower decoration, H 22 cm
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    Roebuck, dressing painting, flower decoration, H 17 cm
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    Doe, dressing painting, flower decoration, H 12,5 cm
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    Santa Claus, Coloured, with gold, H 20 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Bagpiper, Fruit painting, H 14,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra French Horn Player, Ming Dragon, red, H 15 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Songstress, FF-painting with butterflyes and insects, H 12,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Flautist, Rpoyal Palace, Red and Gold, H 14,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Timpanist, Oriental painting light blue, H 15 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Triangle Player, Flower painting Poppy red, H 14 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Songstress, Oriental painting, magpie, H 12,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Drummer, Oriental painting, Chinese butterfly, H 14,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Hurdy-Gurdy Player, Blue Onion, H 13,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Guitarist, Oriental Rock, Flower and Paradise Bird Painting, H 14 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Songstress, Oriental Flower painting, H 12,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Bassoonist, Bunch of flowers, H 14 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Pianist, Purple Rose, H 12,5 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Harpist, Old Indian Flower and Crain painting, H 12 cm
  • Monkey Orchestra Music Stand, desk with roses and notes, H 9 cm
  • Figure Majuma 4, H 42 cm
  • Figure Majuma 2, H 42 cm
  • Unique object "S, Unique Object, Maximilian Hagstotz, H 27,5 cm
  • Unique object "S, Unique Object, Maximilian Hagstotz, H 25 cm
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Porcelain figurines

Meissen’s repertoire of outstanding porcelain figurines is unique the world over both in terms variety and craftsmanship. In its more than 300-year history, the manufactory has set not only design but also technical standards, and has decisively advanced porcelain artistry in Europe. MEISSEN has always stood for the highest quality porcelain, and has produced important works of art in every era. The original moulds are still stored in Meissen’s extensive archives and form the basis of all true-to-the-original new editions. From Baroque and Rococo masterpieces such as the Monkey Band or Amor figurines by Johann Joachim Kaendler, Art Nouveau icons such as the Hentschel Children or dynamic dancer sculptures, all the way to contemporary works by Peter Strang or the artist Chris Antemann, which give porcelain art a modern face in their expressive style. Each Meissen porcelain figurine is a symbol of the driving creative force and innovative power of the oldest porcelain manufactory in Europe.