Rosenthal Dachshund Puppy Dog Figurine – Designed By Allach Artist Th Karner
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Rosenthal Dachshund Puppy Dog Figurine – Designed By Allach Artist Th Karner:
Vintage Rosenthal Porcelain Dachshund Puppy Dog Figurine # 1109 – designed by Allach Artist Th. KarnerBeing offered from my personal collection is a beautiful and rare Dachshund Puppy dog figurine made by Rosenthal, Bavaria. Original designed Professor Theodor Kaerner this beautiful figure at Allach in 1936. Allach Model # 1 (Junger Dackel liegend). After 1954 remanufactured by Rosenthal Bahnhof (later Selb – Plössberg and Rosenthal Classic # 1109.)
It measures 4” tall, 7½” long. The figurine is beautifully glazed. The fine porcelain figurine is in excellent (mint), like new condition with no chips, cracks, nicks, bruises, stains etc.
This dog is true to form, found in it's natural colors. The details on this figurine are exceptional.
Rosenthal of Germany is famous for their top quality fine porcelain china, and animal figurines. Rosenthal pieces are compared with the finest German porcelain manufacturers, including: Nymphenburg, Meissen, Allach, Hutschenreuther and Dresden.
This piece has the Rosenthal Classic Germany hallmark with “Handgemalt" on the bottom of the dog. Also on the bottom, is the engraved signature” PROF Th KARNER along with the number 1109.
Professor Theodor Kaerner (1884 Hohenberg Eger - 1966 München), is recognized as one of the most versatile & outstanding artists for animal Figures. He created many wonderful porcelain dog figurines for Rosenthal, and several other top quality German companies.
The jung Karner joined first Hutschereuther for a ceramic education then he moved with his parents to Munich and visited the Academy of Art in Munich and studied under Wadere and Zuegel. Karners first designer job was with Nymphenburg where he created numerous beautiful figurines. Then he worked for Rosenthal and Rosenthal Bahnhof. He was one of the lead designers in the German Nazi Porcelain Manufacturing company Allach. After the Second World War, Theodor Karner worked as the head of the design department at the Bavarian porcelain manufacture Eschenbach (Efchenbach). From 1952 until his death he joined again Rosenthal.
This is a fine collector's piece for any Rosenthal, Allach porcelain or dog collector.
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