File:Count Bruhl's Tailor porcelain figurine Quex House Birchington Kent England.jpg
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English: A porcelain figurine of Count Bruhl's Tailor at Quex House in the civil parish of Birchington in Kent, England.
Count Bruhl, the principal minister for King Augustus III of Poland, was noted for his dress sense, and employed a favourite tailor. The tailor asked to be part of a court social banquet, something above his station. The Count acceded but employed the Meissen modeller Johann Joachim Kändler to produce a satirical porcelain figure of the tailor, who was the brunt of the joke when it was placed at the centre of the company.
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