Herend Porcelain Multicolored “Musicians of Bremen”

HerendPorcelain Multicolored “Musicians of Bremen” “Fishnet”

Product Code 15443-0-00 HSVH2

“The Porcelain figures painted in the traditional Vieux Herend (VH) pattern scales form one of the best-loved groups of Herend porcelain articles. This type of Herend figure dates back to 1860 when the first little statue of a cockerel was painted in VH livery for the famous author Mor Jokai, who used the pen name "Cockerel" in the Hungarian newspapers of that time. Since then a collection of almost three hundred pieces has been created. The 'Fishnet' pattern is drawn with a pen and then painted with a brush, the scales call for meticulous execution and expertise.”

“This lovely piece, speaks of the fine craftsmanship that Herend has become known for

Town Musicians of Bremen

“In the story a donkey , a dog , a cat , and a rooster , all past their prime years in life and usefulness on their respective farms, were soon to be discarded or mistreated by their masters. One by one they leave their homes and set out together. They decide to go to Bremen , known for its freedom, to live without owners and become musicians there.

On the way to Bremen, they see a lighted cottage; they look inside and see four robbers enjoying their ill-gotten gains. Standing on each others backs, they decide to perform
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