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An Important Nymphenburg figure of Pierrot from the Commedia dell’arte, circa 1759-65

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Estimate: £80,000 - £120,000
ca. US$124,472 - US$186,709
Price realised:  £93,750
ca. US$145,866
Lot number 30, Views: 40

An Important Nymphenburg figure of Pierrot from the Commedia dell’arte, circa 1759-65 modelled by Franz Anton Bustelli about to take a step, holding a gilded lantern in his right hand and gesturing 'indico' with his left, wearing a tightly fitted costume with a yellow belt and a gold buckle with shaped ruffles picked out in blue, the jacket finished with a pleated white ruff and gold buttons, impressed shield mark edged in gilding to front of pierced scroll support, impressed 2 F.B mark to underside of base, 20.2cm., 8 in. high

Informations about the auction
Auction house: Sotheby's
Title: A Tale of Two Cities: Venice and Dresden Two Private Collections
Date of the auction: 9 Jun 2015
Address: Sotheby's
London