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Ernst Wenck | Young Woman - Art Deco Style | Rosenthal | 20th century | Porcelain | 30 x 10 x 15 cm | Art Deco | Sculpture, Porcelain | manufacturer's trademark | Antiques


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The cone-shaped base decorated with a golden stripe, bears a blue sphere whose golden decoration resembles crackeling. A slim young woman with long brown hair tight into chignon stands on the sphere. Her nakedness is solely covered with a blue tight drapery which the woman holds by her left hand by her side. The upper part of her body declines as if she bent down to grab something. The porcelain sculpture in the Art Deco style is painted on glazing, the author of the design no. 746 from 1932 was Ernst Wenck. The item on display is a product of the German porcelain manufacture Rosenthal and it originates from the period after the Second World War.

 

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