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Johann Maresch (1821-1914) - Large patinated terra-cotta mirror decorated with a sitting nude

Lot reference 17328487

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Ca. 1900, Austria

Large patinated terra-cotta mirror decorated with a sitting nude at the edge of a pond
Johann Maresch ( 1821-1914)
Patinated Terracotta
Bohemian
Impressed JM mark on inner side of base
Shape 4097 impressed mark
Dimensions
60 cm tall
47 cm wide
32 cm deep
This piece is superb with great detail and very rare and substantial in weight and dimensions
Comprising a figure and mirror which is detachable
Condition is excellent for age, as you can see from the images

The seller prefers the lot to be picked up by hand in LISBON (PORTUGAL). Shipping is only possible by mutual agreement. Shipping costs are borne by the buyer.

Pt EugeniaRaFigueiredo  

Member since: February 14, 2017

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