German porcelain group of two dogs by Gerold Porzellan

By Gerold Porzellan (German, 1904 - 1997)


The two dogs, depicted excitedly running after one another, are captured in a moment of playful jubilation in this fine antique porcelain group.


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This playful porcelain model was crafted by the German Gerold Porzellan Company in the early 20th century.

The two white and brown porcelain dogs are depicted in a running motion, jumping over an obstacle, possibly during the task of hunting. Each dog features brown detailing to resemble the fur colouration. A thin black collar is depicted on the animals’ necks. Both are set on an oval base, its geometric design reminiscent in look to ones predominating within the Art Deco style popular at the time of the creation of this porcelain figure.

The Gerold Porzellan Company in Bavaria was a fine porcelain maker that produced items between the years 1904 and 1997. They were particularly well known for their hand-painted figurines such as the superb one in Mayfair Gallery’s collection.

Marks to the underside ‘Gerold & Co. Tettau / Bavaria / Germany’. This mark indicates that the piece was made for export to communist countries.

This charming model would make an outstanding addition to the collection of anyone with a love for dogs.


Artist / Maker
By Gerold Porzellan (German, 1904 - 1997)
Country of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Early 20th Century
Early 20th Century
Animal / Animalier, Art Deco
Brown, White


14 cm / 5.5 inches
15 cm / 5.9 inches
6 cm / 2.4 inches


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