Early 20th Century Czech Royal Dux Bohemian Carved Porcelain Woman Sculpture
Crafted in the Czech Republic circa 1930, the Art Deco sculpture features a woman statue sited on the edge of a basin and filling up her water jug. The carved dish composition is in excellent condition, with a rich patinated finish, and stamped on the bottom Royal Dux. Place this decorative porcelain dish on your entry commode to collect loose change! Royal Dux is the more common name for the Duxer Porzellanmanufaktur, which was founded by E. Eichler in DUX, Bohemia (now Duchov, Czech Republic), in 1860. By the turn of the century, the firm specialized in porcelain statuary and busts of Art Nouveau-style maidens, large porcelain figures, and ornate vases with three-dimensional figures climbing on the sides. Before 1938, the company had over 12,000 molds for porcelain. The firm is still in business. It is now part of Czesky Porcelan (Czech porcelain). Measures: 9″W x 7″D x 9.5″H.
|Dimensions||9" W x 7" D x 9.5" H|
Early 20th Century