Royal Copenhagen porcelain figurines of fauns
Royal Copenhagen has made many figures of fauns. A Royal Copenhagen porcelain faun is characterized by being a cross between a human and an animal with a great understanding of animal behaviour. Upper body is a human, while the lower body and legs are hairy like an animal and it has hooves instead of feet. Its ears are larger than a human's. A Royal Copenhagen porcelain faun is also called Royal Copenhagen porcelain pan or troll.
Faun figurines are very popular collectibles and there is many collectors in Denmark and abroad. Some of the figures have been produced more than others, so they are more common, but typically there are not made many of each Royal Copenhagen faun figurine and compared with the great collector interest, the porcelain figurines of fauns can be difficult to find and they are quickly sold.
The faun is often seen in the company of animals, for example faun with parrot, faun with goat, faun with rabbit, fawn with bear, faun with crow, faun with owl and faun with frog. Royal Copenhagen has also made a few characters of the faun seated on a pedestal, while the faun plays on the flute and thus attracts the animals.
In some cases we see Royal Copenhagen faun alone, either playing on flute or a slightly different version of the faun with grapes.
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