This enchanting Bohemian bisque porcelain group exhibits classical artistry and delicate craftsmanship. Depicting the goddess Venus seated on an upturned shell and accompanied by her son, Cupid, this captivating figure is almost certainly the work of the well-respected Giesshübel firm of Bohemia. Bisque porcelain wares such as this were extremely popular during the mid-1700s. Superb in detail and artistry, this elegant piece reflects both the refinement of its subject and the fineness of its medium.
Features Giesshübel mark on base
10 ¾” length x 9 ½” high
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