Automaton Jean Farkas "the Hookah Smoker" Around 1950 flag

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"Automaton Jean Farkas "the Hookah Smoker" Around 1950"
Magnificent and rare automaton doll "Hookah Smoker and his fan" under globe made by the repairer and manufacturer of automatons Jean Farkas in the 1950s. The head and legs are articulated, in different movements, smoking the hookah for the arm left and fan your face with your right arm, to the rhythm of a sonata. Very fine workmanship, the head and legs are made of bisque porcelain and the fabric of the Ottoman costume is made of silk. The fan, whose colors are perfectly preserved, is made of Jay feathers. The music mechanism with its key are original. Very good state. Dimensions: Total height 36 cms with globe, Total width with globe 25 cms, Total depth with globe 27 cms. The Ottoman measures 21 cm high without the base, 31 cm with its base, depth 22 cm.

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Price: 2 300 €
Artist: Jean Farkas
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Perfect condition

Material: Other

Reference: 1347918
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Automaton Jean Farkas "the Hookah Smoker" Around 1950

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