White porcelain sculpture depicting a musical allegory; a nymph is shown breaking a flute, dressed in elegant drapery. The sculpture was made by the German manufacturer Meissen during the 20th century.
Meissen group in polychrome porcelain, swords brand in blue.
This group of figures expresses on several levels the great popularity of the work in Dresden in the mid-eighteenth century. The famous Italian mezzo-soprano Faustina Bordoni is depicted in the act of singing, accompanied by a fox on the harpsichord.
Our reference: A01177
Measurements: length 24 x width 19 x height 16 cm. Age: 19th century Origin: Germany