Meissen Porcelain, titled "Carpenter" by Johann Joachim Kandler. Circa 1840. This beautiful Meissen porcelain is from Saxe (Germany). It is titled "Carpenter" by Johann Joachim Kandler. Circa 1840. He is sure to be a Fellowcraft Mason by the way he is wearing his apron and the working tools he is in possession of. It is marked bibliography: Dr. Berling, Meissen Porcelain.
Meissen "Count Brühl's Tailor on a Goat" 1925. Based on the original one in 1730 by Johann-Joachim Kaendler (Kändler) at Meissen. The Count's tailor requested and invitation to dine at Court with the King. The Count did not dare ask the King, so he went to Kaendler and commissioned him to create a statue of the tailor, fulfilling his tailor's wish to dine with the King.
Schlummer der Schäferin Höchst, um 1770 oder früher ohne Marke Modell von Johann Peter Melchior Porzellan, Aufglasur- und Goldmalerei H. 22,5, B. 32 cm Inv. 1975.1308 Depositum der Pauls-Eisenbeiss-Stiftung