Wire Haired Fox Terrier


Nymphenburg – ” Konrad Schmid, the son of a painter, came to the Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg in 1927 at the age of 23. He began his artistic career with the wire-haired terrier called Grimm, whose realism led the art of animal sculpture at Nymphenburg in a new direction. Schmid used as models animals whose pedigree made them exemplary representatives of their breeds. “

Wire haired fox terrier ; Model # 684 ; Konrad Schmid 1929

Listed in ” Nymphenburger Moderne ” Minerva edition

Underglaze hand painted

Impressed and green printed factory shield to base with incised numbers 684 3 K.S

Artist signature JH on leg 

Stands 15 cm high x 18.5 cm 

Condition : Excellent, no damages to the porcelain, checked with UV light.

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In stock


The Nymphenburg Factory, Munich


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