The White Gold

Dive in to the wonderful selection of German figurines from the private collection of Henrik Petrini. In this part of Mr Petrinis collection we have gathered some of the German porcelain figurines. When you think of German porcelain brands, Meissen is never far from you mind. Meissen porcelain is called “white gold,” because the man who discovered it, the alchemist Johann Friedrich Böttger (1682-1719), was supposed to be producing gold from base metals for his master, Augustus II, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, and after his discovery of hard past porcelain the Meissen factory is founded in 1710. German porcelain is thougth by many to be Europe’s finest hand painted porcelain. When studying the details of the porcelain you will be amazed by the quality of the ware and the artistry of the decoration.

 
54 items
A Meissen 'juggler', 1970's.
Unsold
Estimate 
8 000 SEK
A German porcelain figure, ealry 20th Century.
Final bid 
600 SEK
Estimate 
1 500 SEK
Three white glazed Nymphenburg figurines, 20th Century.
Final bid 
1 000 SEK
Estimate 
2 000 SEK
A Meissen figure of a 'Kakadua', Germany, 1950's.
Final bid 
3 000 SEK
Estimate 
4 000 SEK
FIGURIN, porslin. Nymphenburg, Tyskland, 1900-tal.
Final bid 
2 600 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
A Rosenthal figure of a dancer, Germany, 1920s.
Final bid 
4 201 SEK
Estimate 
3 000 SEK
Two Berlin porcelain figures, 19th Century.
Final bid 
350 SEK
Estimate 
1 500 SEK
A Rosenthal porcelain figurine, Germany, 1920s.
Final bid 
1 600 SEK
Estimate 
2 000 SEK
A Rosenthal figure of the 'Frog Queen', Germany, 1948.
Final bid 
3 000 SEK
Estimate 
4 000 SEK
Two German porcelain figurines of huntsmen, 1920's.
Final bid 
3 000 SEK
Estimate 
4 000 SEK
A Rosenthal porcelain figurine, Germany, 1920s.
Final bid 
1 700 SEK
Estimate 
2 000 SEK
A Nyon porcelain figure, Schweitz, early 19th Century.
Final bid 
1 500 SEK
Estimate 
2 000 SEK