Sevres biscuit figure of Leda 001
Leda and the Swan”. The unusually large Sèvres biscuit porcelain group depicts Leda patting the neck of Jupiter who is disguised as a swan. The piece was first modeled by Etienne-Maurice Falconet in 1764 after a painting by François Boucher. [The swan’s wing and her head are restuck.]

Height (ins.): 12.5 (32cm)      Length/Width (ins.): 12 (30.5cm)      Depth (ins.): 7.25 (18cm)
Origin: France     Period: Louis XV