Figurine: Man Playing Flute

Maker
Charles Baury, Gille Jeune
Production date
Circa 1845-1850
Description
One porcelain figurine, a male recorder player, modelled by Charles Baury for the French firm of Gille. Figure wears a wide brimmed hat with floral spary under crown ribbon and has a green blanket/cloak thrown over left shoulder. Wears an orange/tan jacket and floral trousers. Figure is leaning on a wooden post. Base has purple seal with relief monogram.
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Measurements
Height: 300mm (11 13/16")
Diameter: 125mm (4 15/16")
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Associated place
Associated notes
Puchased in Europe by Mr And Mrs Isaac Ives c 1880, while on their grand tour.
Current rights code
Other Id
C2000.6
EC2000.58
39/2000
9691
3071
EQRC1029
Catalogue number
C2000.6
Accession number
2000.39.5
Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: JG; Type of mark: Marks

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