Young FOX TERRIER CHEWING A BONE. Designed Theodor Karner in 1913. Here I offer an animal figure of a young Fox terrier dog chewing a bone - handmade and fired porcelain in excellent condition. Designed by the famous sculptor Professor Theodor Kaerner (he has worked for Rosenthal, Allach and Wischisch Eschenbach later). Produced from the highly regarded german manufactury Nymphenburg, Bavaria, Germany.
This fine porcelain figurine with this old hallmark from about 1940 you will. The figurine is white and glazed. The close up photos looking a little grey, but the figurine is WHITE und glaze. Tremendous Figure, outstanding details, very lifelike figurine. 6.70 inches wide, 3.50 inches tall - 17 x 9.
Professor Theodor Kärner in 1913. First choice - no chips, no cracks, no repairs - (see photos).
Junger Hund - Foxterrier einen Knochen kauend. Entwurf: Professor Theodor Kärner im Jahr 1913.Wahl, unbeschädigter Originalzustand - siehe Fotos. Hunt, Hunting, hound, german shorthaired pointer jack russel, old danish pointer, braque st. German, large french pointer Rosenthal, Hutschenreuther Hunt, Hunting, grayhound gundog borzoi. The item "NYMPHENBURG PORCELAIN JACK RUSSEL FOX TERRIER DOG w BONE #251 desig. Karner 1913" is in sale since Friday, August 16, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Figurines". The seller is "miyaruthila" and is located in Hamburg. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.