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Royal Dux Bohemia, "Woman with Amphora"

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Royal Dux Bohemia biscuit statue featuring a dreamy woman on a rock, holding an amphora. Late 19th century period.

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Art nouveau Royal Dux biscuit depicting a dreamy woman sitting on a rock highlighted with plants. She wears a fluid dress that discovers her shoulder and thighs, and holds an amphora with one hand. The biscuit is stamped with Royal Dux Bohemia hallmark and the number 427 underneath.


Circa :1890
Dim: W: 5,5 in - D: 3,9in - H: 12,6in.
Dim: L:14cm, P:10cm, H:32cm.


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In overall good condition.

 

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Royal Dux is the more common name for the Duxer Porzellanmanufaktur, which was founded by E. Eichler in Dux, Bohemia (now Duchov, Czech Republic), in 1860. By the turn of the century, the firm specialized in porcelain statuary and busts of Art Nouveau–style maidens, large porcelain figures, and ornate vases with three-dimensional figures climbing on the sides.

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