Hochst porcelain figure of a ‘Dancer with cymbals’, J.P. Melchior, c. 1765.


An exceptional and rare Hochst porcelain figure, c. 1765, modelled by J.P. Melchior. A young man dressed in chinoiserie costume, playing cymbals, whilst dancing. Set upon a square base, with canted corners.
Wheel mark in underglaze blue.
Height - 18.5 cm. 7 2/8”.
Condition - Repair to cymbals, left leg, pony tail, and minor chips to base.

Medium: Porcelain.

Signed/Inscribed: Wheel mark in underglaze blue.

Height:  18.50 cm, 7.28"
Width:  5.30 cm, 2.09"
Depth:  10.50 cm, 4.13"

Condition: Repair to cymbals, left leg, pony tail, and minor chips to base.

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