A Massive Minton Majolica Stork Stand Stick By Paul Comolera (dated 1876) flag

A Massive Minton Majolica Stork Stand Stick By Paul Comolera (dated 1876)
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"A Massive Minton Majolica Stork Stand Stick By Paul Comolera (dated 1876)"
Stork naturalistically shaped with a wriggling snake in its beak, standing by a large clump of bulrushes forming the stick holder. The coin bears a water lily bud and leaves, the stork almost life-size measure 20 x 15 x 41 inches height The coin bears maker's marks for the Minton pottery with the Shape number # 1916 and marks include a specific factory date cipher for the year 1876 Paul Comolera (1818-1897) was a French sculptor well known for his models of birds. His collaboration with Minton began in 1873 and his most famous work for the factory was the peacock, almost 5 feet tall.
Price between : 18000 - 25000 €
Artist : Paul Comoléra (1818 - 1897)
Period:19th century
Style:Napoleon 3rd
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Céramique
Width : 51 cm.
Height : 104 cm.
Depth : 38 cm.
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