This is a glazed Terra Cotta statue figure of Davld slaying Goliath after Cantagni.
We estimate it to be from the late 18th Century or early 19th Century.
Overall it is in very good condition with glaze off in exposed edges such as nose sides areas, knee and on one toe. The sword is missing. It is an excellent representing of the Biblical tale as restructured in a late Renaissance fashion. The piece has a slightly faded mark of a cock rooster with long tail, spread feet and large cockals. .
It was soft paste porcelain which was glazed and fired in the kiln double time. It is in good and stable condition.These types of Biblical sculptural scenes and personalities were recently captured beginning in the the end of the 18th century and carried through into modern times.
This piece has been appraised for $1000 and we have it listed for $750 here.
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