Bisque Figures in the Manner of Jean Gille

  • This splendid bisque porcelain figural group is crafted in the manner of Jean Gille
  • The pair are elaborately costumed for a masquerade ball
  • The figurines exhibit exceptional detailing, from the folds in their robes to the painted patterning
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Item No. 31-1716

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This splendid bisque porcelain figural group depicting a lavishly-dressed couple is crafted in the manner of Jean Gille. The lively pair are dressed for a masquerade ball complete with colorful costumes and masks. Their clothing is painted in soft pastels and is gilt trimmed from head to toe, and they seem to greet each other, their faces full of life. From the folds of their robes to the delicate patterning throughout, the level of detail in these figures is exceptional.

Late 19th century

Each approximately 7 1/2" wide x 11" deep x 21" high
Bisque Figures in the Manner of Jean Gille
Period: 19th Century
Origin: France
Type: Figurines/Statuettes
Depth: 11.0 Inches
Width: 7.5 Inches
Height: 21.0 Inches

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