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Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding Calf #779 Vintage Porcelain Figurine Artist Christian Thomsen

Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding Calf  #779  Vintage Porcelain Figurine Artist Christian Thomsen
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The Antiquarians are pleased to offer the lovely Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding Calf #779 Vintage Porcelain Figurine designed by Artist Christian Thomsen. Signed by the artist, this vintage porcelain Royal Copenhaged figurine evokes a peace and serenity that is not to be found with our hectic modern lives. Alas, if the Antiquarians were not so allergic to hay, cows and back-breaking, hard work we would be off to the farm straight away! No need to transplant yourselves, just gaze at our lovely Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding Calf #779 Vintage Porcelain Figurine and dream yourselves away to a simpler place and time. Our girl and her cow are perfect, with no nicks, chips, cracks or other imperfections -- ears, toes, bows, fingers and tail are all present and accounted for! The Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding Calf #779 Vintage Porcelain Figurine has a small, delightful glaze pop just above her caboose that is an inevitable by product of the firing process. Think of it as a beauty mark! This beautiful Royal Copenhagen Girl Feeding Calf #779 Vintage Porcelain Figurine Artist Christian Thomsen stands 6-3/8" tall, and is nearly 6-1/2" wide. Based on the vintage Royal Copenhage backstamp, the production date for this figurine is 1969 - 1970; the Girl Feeding Calf #779 Figurine has since been discontinued and is no longer in production. Take our girl and her friend into your home -- she will grace your bookshelf or your table top, and make life seem a little more manageable, a little lovelier.

BRIEF BACKGROUND: Royal Copenhagen's figurines were first exhibited at the Paris World's Fair in 1889. Each individual part of a Royal Copenhagen figurine is cast from liquid white porcelain paste and then assembled by skillful hands to ensure that no edges or joins are visible. The figurines are then hand-painted by skilled artisans in the inimical soft palette of Royal Copenhagen.