Eberl “Azham” bone china cmg, for sale

High Bid: $1275 Auction has closed

Up for offers is this highly sought-after “Azham” Arabian stallion sculpture by Brigitte Eberl, made in bone china by Horsing Around. I purchased this piece years ago in unpainted bisque and custom glazed it last summer.

I glazed this piece intending to keep it for my own collection. It’s one of my favorite horse colors and I absolutely love this sculpture by Brigitte. I started it in February 2020, as my first ever NaMoPaiMo project. Then, on February 8th we got the horrible news that my husband Paul had cancer. At age 59. My world (and still is) shattered.

I couldn’t work on the glazing and it sat in the studio until last summer. Then, while painting it, it slipped out of my hand and broke the left hind leg cleanly just below the tail. I went ahead and finished the glazing and repaired the break, but that was the last straw. Sadly now I can’t look at it without thinking of bad times. He’s a fabulous work and needs to cherished by a collector.

So, I’ve decided to let it go. I’m selling it via a no-frills, best-offer auction.

Deadline is Friday March 26, 2021 at 12:00 noon, mountain standard time.

The highest bid received closest to the deadline time without being past that time, will be the winner. I will update the current high bid on this blog post and on my Facebook page.

Starting bid is $900.00. FedEx shipping is included. Sorry but no time payments. Payment in full must be received by Friday April 2, 2021.

To bid, Email Karen .

I will send you an anonymous bidder number, and then you can send me an email with each of your bids using your bidder number. Bids must be only in $10.00 increments (no bids of $123.52 for example).

Thank you.