Meissen mandrill a West African baboon. first modelled by Otto Pilz in 1907. Illustrated in Meissen Porcelain of the Art Nouveau Period by Johannes Just, page 104. Pilz created a number of animal models for Meissen between 1905 and 1912.. Davies Antiques are specialists in Meissen porcelain figures, groups, tableware, clocks, vases and animals from the early 18th century, 19th century, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods."> Meissen mandrill a West African baboon first modelled by ">

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Item Number: 414

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Meissen mandrill a West African baboon. first modelled by Otto Pilz in 1907. Illustrated in Meissen Porcelain of the Art Nouveau Period by Johannes Just, page 104. Pilz created a number of animal models for Meissen between 1905 and 1912.

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Height in cms: 22.50
Height in inches: 8.86
Model Number: X 143
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Crossed swords in blue on an unglazed base. Incised model number X 143. Assembler's number 42.

Circa: 1910
Price Band: 2,000 - 5,000
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