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A Meissen musical group

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Date: 

(1745)

Description: 

A Meissen musical group, circa 1745 showing a gentleman flautist playing to his female companion, who is holding a song sheet whilst feeding an infant at her breast; sitting side by side on a flowering tree stump, he wearing a yellow jacket edged in gilding and fastened at the neck with a black ribbon, grey trousers secured with a gilt button, a key suspended by a ribbon from his waist, his gilt edged turquoise hat decorated with an iron red flower, his companion wears a puce apron over a skirt decorated with Indianische Blumen and edged in dark brown, a white bonnet with a blue band, the base encrusted with leaves and flowers, impressed numerals 45, 14.5cm.

ID:  9026

Currently kept at: Burghley House

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Lincolnshire

This item will be on display on all days when the House is open to the public for at least one full open season every five calendar years. At all other times the item is available for viewing by appointment through the contact shown