The Hentschel Child "Child with Doll, Dress with white Flowers" impresses with its unadulterated liveliness thanks to the hand-painted depiction that has been worked out down to the smallest detail. The "Hentschel Children" are impressive snapshots of fascinating liveliness. In honour of the exceptional artist Julius Konrad Hentschel, MEISSEN is reviving the depictions of children in the finest Meissen porcelain. Part of the new Limited Masterworks is also the 11 cm high Hentschel Child "Child with Doll, Dress with white Flowers", limited to 75 pieces, which is a modern depiction of childhood in the early 20th century. In the years from 1904 to 1907, the exceptional artist Hentschel devoted himself entirely to the creation of his children's figurines, which were originally made in connection with desk sets as decoration for the workplace.