A charming Meissen porcelain figure of a young servant girl serving holding a tray with trembleuse cup filled with hot chocolate. The modeller Paul Helmig at the Meissen manufacture created the Chocolate girl around 1901 and is based on a famous painting by the Swiss painter Etienne Liotard. The painting now hangs in the Gemaelde Gallerie Alte Meister in Dresden. Meissen crossed swords to base, Meissen c. 1901.
Height 7.5 in (19cm)
Price Range: B
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