A fine small figural jug or pitcher by the Belleek Pottery of Ireland. It is in the form of a young girl with her arms above her head. It is said to represent an undine, a water nymph. Some sources referred to this as a creamer, which is unlikely given the form. It's more likely it's intended to be a small water pitcher of the sort used when drinking whiskey with water.
Size: 4.75" tall, 3" long, 2.25" wide.
Condition: as new, no wear or damage.
Mark: gold backstamp, which dates this piece to between 1980 and 1992.
Item ID: 4073