Porcelain Figure of Julia

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Porcelain Figure of Julia


A white hard-paste porcelain figure representing Julia from the Commedia dell Arte by Franz Anton Bustelli. Julia is dressed in 18th century costume, a jacket and skirt. Her left foot peeps out from under her skirt, her left hand holds her skirt and she turns from the waist to look over her left shoulder. The piece was modelled by Bustelli at Nymphenburg, Bavaria. The Nymphenburg pottery continued in production after death of Bustelli.

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