Ladies Of Hertwig Yellow Katzhutte Porcelian Figurine With Fan Marked Great Cond
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Ladies Of Hertwig Yellow Katzhutte Porcelian Figurine With Fan Marked Great Cond:
LADIES OF HERTWIG YELLOW KATZHUTTE PORCELIAN FIGURINE WITH FAN MARKED GREAT COND I am putting up for sale some of my collection of Katzhutte porcelain figurines. I am not a dealer. I am a private collector but am now downsizing my porcelain ladies collection of which I have a lot. I am putting up for sale now a Katzhutte porcelain lady marked with the Katzhutte factory mark (Cat's house). She is mentioned in the Art Nouveau & Art Deco book by Eric Knowles and she is listed in "The Ladies of Hertwig 1900-1945"catalogue on page 25. She is decorated differently in the copy of the catalogue. She is dressed in a long yellow gown trimmed with flowers and yellow shoes and a long cream train. Her fan which she is holding behind her head matches her dress, with flowers in yellow. Her hair is done in the traditional Katzhutte way. She is in good condition and to my knowledge has not been repaired. I have had her checked for repairs but they were unable to pick up any repairs. She stands 11.5 inches high. Payment must be received after 3 days of the sale ending. Two remind emails will be sent to the purchaser, if I do not hear after that, I will have to contact . Please do not offer if you are not going to pay as its just an inconvenience to everyone and you end up with a strike against you. Having offer on this item means that you have read the item description, inspected the photographs, asked questions. Your offer means that you agree to make a go od faith effort to any problems or disputes that may arise. I hope you will be happy with your purchase. I have done the best to try and describe this item, there is no significant damage unless otherwise noted in description. Thanks for looking! This is a smoke free house. I will fully refund any money less the shipping costs if the item is grossly misrepresented in the description or the picture. I have described the item to the best of my ability but it is important that you ask questions.