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Royal Copenhagen 4187 Agnete & the Merman 55 cm Design Holger Christensen. Factory first and in mint and nice condition
Agnethe A little bit of Wikki:

Agnete og Havmanden (Danish) ('Agnete and the merman') is a Medieval Scandinavian ballad generally thought to be relatively late in its composition, perhaps from the eighteenth century

In the ballad, a merman woos Agnethe to leave her children behind and come and live with him in the sea. She does so and has several children by him. But one day she hears the ringing of church bells and with the merman's permission returns to land to visit the church. She meets her mother, telling her about her new aquatic life. In most variants, she then abandons the merman and stays with her previous family.

This Ballad was an inspiration for several authors and poets like Hans Christian Andersen
Holger Christensen (1890-1966) Sculptor and designer at RC Factory 1910-1960. Figurines