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19th Century Bisque Figure Psyche
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Late 19th Century Bisque Figure "Psyche"

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Bisque figure featuring Psyche holding a torch and a butterfly. She is wearing a flowing tunic and sandals adorned with Medusa head. Marked Dione & Baury in Paris.

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The figure of Psyche holding torch and butterfly is the subject of this bisque statue by the parisian Dione & Baury manufactory. In ancient Greece, Psyche was a princess of great beauty and goddess of the soul. She felt in love with Eros (Cupid), Aphrodite's son. She is often depicted with an oil lamp and her attribute is the butterfly. Here, Psyche is elegantly dressed in a flowing tunic that reveals the shapes of her body. She wears a high belt and sandals decorated with Medusa head. Her sophisticated hairstyle is raised in a bun, supported by a tiara. Marked underneath with the anchor mark of Dione & Baury in Paris (registered in 1876).

Circa :1890
Dim: W: 10,2 in - D: 12,6in - H: 31,5in.
Dim: L:26cm, P:32cm, H:80cm.

Condition Report
In overall good condition, with some black spots on the base.

"D. Dione & Baudry" in Ludwig Danckert, Manuel de la porcelaine européenne, Paris, Bibliothèque des Arts, 1973, p. 326.


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