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Rare ceramic sculpture by Knud Max Moeller for B&G


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Description:

A rare and impressive stoneware figure of a jackal (wild dog) sitting on its haunches while chewing on a bone. Covered with an attractive light brown and bluish, grey glaze that runs at certain places in a harmonious manner. Signed: Knud Max Moeller for B&G (Bing and Groendahl). The sculptor worked for B&G between 19091912 and again 19141921. The piece appears to have been done during the 1st WW (191418). H 28.5 cm, L 24 cm. Condition: Very fine, but with three inconsequential fire cracks.

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