Group in biscuit porcelain "putti with garlands and baskets of flowers".

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Porcelain group in biscuit depicting three young children, one seated and resting on a tree trunk, the other two playing with flower garlands. The central putto throws buds at his sleeping comrade, while the third rejoices in front of a garland of flowers. At the back, two doves, one posed and the other with its wings spread. The circular movement of these putti seems to give life to this charming sculpture in biscuit porcelain. The piece rests on a round base with four small spinning top feet. The biscuit is signed "Marion" on the base and bears a blue mark representing an arrow surmounted by a crown and the inscription "1762".

Circa: 1890

Dim: W: 28cm, D: 23cm, H: 43cm.
Dim: W: 11in, D: 9,1in, H: 16,9in.

Condition report: Good condition. One wing of a dove restored.

Period: 19th century
Style: Louis XV
Materials: Porcelain bisque
LP : 3312
Width : 28 (cm)
Height 43 (cm)
Depth 23 (cm)

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