The sculpture group "Don Quixote and Sancho Panza", hand-painted, by Willi Münch-Khé (1929), which was inspired by the novel "Don Quixote" (1605) and originally made in cooper stoneware, is an expression of fantastic craftsmanship 's. In the novel Miguel de Cervantes tells the story of an impoverished landed nobleman who wants to save mankind with his servant Sancho Panza. The figure of the gentleman shows Münch-Khé in armor and stiff pose on his horse, under which the figure of the servant's hides. The subtle color scheme, hand-painted, leaves room for the sculpture's high-quality porcelain to shine its exceptional quality. With a placating hand gesture, the self-proclaimed knight in this magnificent work of art signals that he has a grip on the danger from which his horse is backing away. Yet for all his determination, he does not see the threat, for he has his eyes closed. Limited to 25 pieces. The figure sculpture is hand-painted and testifies to excellent craftsmanship.