Art Nouveau porcelain (Jugendstil in Germanic countries) by the little-known but highly sought-after German artist, born in the present-day Czech Republic and died in 1934 in the city of Dresden, Anton Büschelberger (1869-1934)
The porcelain in question represents a young man (girl?) Riding a horse, in an equestrian outfit, hat in hand; accompanied by a dog trying to scare the horse. Beautiful polychrome that in some points of the piece presents small defects, typical of the passage of time.
The piece was worked in the workshops of the old Thuringian porcelain manufactory, at that time in the hands of Karl Ens (see stamp with the shape of a mill blade at the base) and is signed by the authentic stamp of its author as "To Büschelberger"- Karl Ens Volkstedt
Designed in the Jugendstil style by Anton Büschelberger in the period 1920-1930.
Rare piece by an author little known outside the Germanic sphere, but highly valued in most of the online and in-person auction rooms
A true gem for collectors
Note: given the value of the work, it will be shipped with transport insurance.
- Anton Büschelberger
- Karl Ens, Volkstedt
- Art nouveau
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Excellent état, à peine utilisé avec des signes minimes d'usure
- 28×15×29 cm