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  • Buffalo, white, H 13 cm
  • Elephant, white, H 18,5 cm
  • Rhinoceros, white, H 12,5 cm
  • Leopard, white, L 17 cm
  • Lion, white, L 16 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Tiger, white, H 11,5 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Dragon, white, H 12,5 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Snake, white, H 11,5 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Sheep, white, H 12,5 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Dog, white, H 11,5 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Pig, white, H 12,5 cm
  • Chinese Zodiac Sign Mouse, white, H 12 cm
  • Vanity, ANTEMANN DREAMS Collection, H 21 cm
  • Olympia, ANTEMANN DREAMS Collection
  • Costumed Cupid Girl as Stag Beetle, Coloured, without gold
  • Mack the Knife¿s Wedding Vicar, Coloured, without gold
  • Child with dog, Coloured, without gold, H 12,5 cm
  • Child sitting on pillow, Coloured, without gold, H 12,5 cm
  • Child with doll, Coloured, without gold, H 11 cm
  • Child with cup, Coloured, without gold, H 17 cm
  • Child with drum and stick, coloured, without gold, H 18,5 cm
  • Child with paper hat, Coloured, without gold, H 17 cm
  • Child with dog, drinking, Coloured, without gold, H 9 cm
  • Two children playing with sand moulds, Coloured, without gold, H 11 cm
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Porcelain figurine sets

The tradition of collecting Meissen porcelain figurines dates back to the early years of the manufactory in the 18th century. With the invention of the first European porcelain, Meissen’s master modellers were presented with entirely new sculpting possibilities.

Although further developed and perfected over the centuries, the basic principles of production have remained the same to this day: expressiveness, detailed sculpting and hand-painted artwork in vibrant colours. Whether the Monkey Band of the Rococo period, figurines made of Böttger stoneware, the Hentschel Children at Art Nouveau or contemporary groups of figurines by Peter Strang or the sculptor Maximilian Hagstotz: in every era, MEISSEN has produced iconic figurines that have captivated collectors the world over.