A pair of Dutch East Indian figures

3758.jpg
3758a.jpg
3758b.jpg
3758c.jpg
3758d.jpg
3758e.jpg
3758f.jpg
3758.jpg
3758a.jpg
3758b.jpg
3758c.jpg
3758d.jpg
3758e.jpg
3758f.jpg

A pair of Dutch East Indian figures

0.00

A pair of early 18th century Indian figures delicately carved with red hats, white cravats and holding the tongues of stylised animal with knee length buttoned tunics and red socks standing on black blocked bases. 

Dutch, circa 1740
These figures would have probably have been mounted to a wall. The reverse, although painted, does contain and cut out block where a support would have fitted. They are carved to replicate figures from the Dutch East Indian colony in Batavia although, as they are made of poplar are of a northern European origin.

Height: 32 1/2 in; 82.5 cm
Width: 10 in; 25.5 cm
Depth: 7 1/2 in; 19.5 cm

Reference: 3758

A pair of early 18th century Indian figures delicately carved with red hats, white cravats and holding the tongues of stylised animal with knee length buttoned tunics and red socks standing on black blocked bases. 

These figures would have probably have been mounted to a wall. The reverse, although painted, does contain and cut out block where a support would have fitted.

Dutch East Indian, possible Batavian, circa 1740

Height: 32 1/2 in; 82.5 cm
Width: 10 in; 25.5 cm
Depth: 7 1/2 in; 19.5 cm

 

Add To Cart