This is a portrayal of cupidCaught in a Man Trap. It is one of the rarest portrayals of cupid that is available in the market as well.
The Meissen model L120 was made in the late 19th Century and it has still retained the good look. The porcelain finish is still smooth and there aren’t any scratches in it.
This cupid originally belonged to a set of 26 figures, which was molded by Heinrich Schwabe. It took him over three years, from 1877 to 1880 to make these 26 figures. That’s because he made all the 26 figures, including the cupid with his own hands.
As a result of the handmade design, special attention has been paid towards every little detail of the cupid as well. The facial expressions hold a prominent place. It can also be seen that the bounded hands might be leading the cupid to his facial expressions. This has been done with one of the best artists and it looks really amazing.
Genuine 19th Ce. Meissen Porcelain Figure L120 – Caught in a Man Trap
In this porcelain made figure, Blue Meissen sword mark can be found, with pommels on hilts. This verifies that the figure is a genuine one.
The dimensions of the cupid measure 7.3 inches in height. Even though it has compact dimensions, it really looks amazing to anyone.
Genuine 19th Ce. Meissen Porcelain Figure L102 – Bound Cupid
Model Number: L120
Circa -Late 19th Ce.
Height 7.3 in. (18.5 cm).