Antique Dresden Figurines
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Dresden Frankenthal 1930's 1940's Art Lace Porcelain Seated Lady Figurine
Dresden Lace figurine-real lace is dipped in porcelain and then fired to form the skirt-they started producing the first of these in Germany in the 1800's
This distinctive art form holds an intriguing history with origins in Germany during the early 18th c. later relocating to Limerick, Ireland. Real cotton lace is encompassed by porcelain clay and glazed under extreme heat in which the lace burns away leaving the delicate impression. Each is hand painted original, highly appreciable art piece.
irish dresden "dorothea"
Germany, A Dresden Lace porcelain figural group, circa 1910, by Ackermann & Fritze, Volkstedt (active 1908 to 1952), depicting a young mother guiding her son and daughter.