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Pair of Keramos Flamingos*
Very fine pair of porcelain flamingos made by the Austrian firm Keramos circa early 1930’s.
A similarly designed pair were also made in a smaller size but this larger model is altogether more impressive.
Painted in realistic shades of white, pink, pale green and reddish brown, these gorgeous birds are standing together among the reeds at the water’s edge.
So realistic with their webbed feet, long narrow legs and sinuously curving necks leading up to their amazing faces with bold eyes and strong downward curving bills.
In very good condition with just the tiniest nibble to one lower edge of the base where it meets the ground. This is mentioned for accuracy purposes and in no way detracts from the display.
Approximately 31 cm high.