What a PHENOMENAL late 1700's - early 1800's Goddess Bust! The detail is simply STUNNING! And no wonder when you look at the Hallmark & see who the maker is/ was; No other than the Early impressed Nymphenburg porcelain mark!!! Large bisque porcelain bust representing a BEAUTIFUL Looking Goddess or possibly a young woman with INCREDIBLE Features! Her hair is braided in multiple layers & pulled back under a hair holder that is shaped somewhat like a tiara. With her hair in stylish ringlets sticking out from under her braids, just gorgeous! She is depicted with her head looking forward & slightly upwards, her mouth with a very demur smile revealing a feeling of Awe. The young woman is dressed in a gown type dress with a wide dropped neckline, revealing a tight fitting & sheer bust. Work signed with the Early impressed mark (1754-1800) Don't miss out!
**Size** It is 11" tall and 7 1/2" wide
**Condition** In great condition for its age, there is a hairline along the backside and a chip on the top of her hair comb as shown (see pictures)
RARE Antique Nymphenburg German Porcelain Bust Statue Sculpture Figurine Neoclassical
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