The figure "Pagoda Child" was created around 1750 and is strictly limited. Due to its stylistic similarity to existing pagoda figures, this work of art is attributed to Johann Joachim Kaendler. For so much refinement in the detail of a sculpture is typical of this gifted artist: the implied forward movement, the drapery of the skirt, the sunken gaze of the figure and the silently nodding head as if walking in real life. The delicate artwork is completed by elegant Indian painting on the robe and fine brushstrokes on the childlike face. This sculpture is a stunning gem of baroque porcelain art. Limited to 75 pieces.