The French bulldog is a small utility dog originating in the early part of nineteenth century Britain. Popular in twentieth century Europe featuring in impressionist paintings of Parisian life, it became known as the French bulldog. It has large bat like ears giving it a clownish appearance and can be found in two colour ways, a grey and white and a brindle.
Model # 956
Modelled by Knud Kyhn in 1908
Marked and dated to base painters number 102, dated 1908 – 13
Signed K. Kyhn
Factory first Quality
Measures 17 cm high x 15 cm nose to tail
Condition : Excellent, no damages to the porcelain, checked with UV light.
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