Minton Majolica Figural harvester by Jean-Baptiste Jules Klagmann (1810-1867)

Minton (Great Britain, 19th Century)

Minton Majolica Figural harvester by Jean-Baptiste Jules Klagmann (1810-1867)


Harvester pushing a realistically modeled wheelbarrow, his head turned to one side, wearing a broad-brimmed hat. Costume colored in blue, aubergine, yellow and pink. The Shape number is #413 and date cypher for 1866, measurement 12 ½ x 12 inches high.

WIDTH: 12½ in | HEIGHT: 12 in

Origin Great Britain
Category Majolica
Period 19th Century
Style Victorian

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"Jean-Baptiste-Jules Klagmann, (April 1st, 1810 – January 18th, 1867 Paris) was a French sculptor. The statues of the monumental fountain in Square Louvois, are the best testimonial example of his work. Facing the Main entrance of the France National Library in Paris, the fountain was built between 1836 and 1839 during the reign of King Louis-Philippe. "