|W121 - Girl with the cat
||W122 - Child sleeping on a dog
||W123 - Hentschel child with dog
Shown above are Meissen figurines of children designed by Konrad Hentschel around 1905.
In their Art Nouveau manner, they were genuinely refreshing compared to the classical porcelain figures
produced by Meissen thruout 18th-19th century. Note the realistic clothing. The kids are dressed for playing,
and accurately show the child fashion before 1910.
These figures became an instant success for Meissen resulting in on and off production thruout 20th century.
They also inspired other artists who worked for Meissen, to create their own Art Nouveau children figurines.
The value of each figure depends on condition, age and rarity. The average is about $1,000.
|W124 - Girl with a doll stroller
||W165 - Meissen Hentschel two children playing with sand forms
|X164 - child dragging a doll
||W166 - Meissen group of 4 kids with a doll on a bench by Hentschel
|U149 - Child with a picture book
||U150 - Meissen Child on a pillow
||W117 - Child with a doll
|W118 - Child with blue-onion cup
||W119 - Hentschel child riding a stick
||W120 - boy in newspaper cap
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