This fine 19th century porcelain figurine of the Virgin Mary is a rare find. She dates back to the second half of the 19th Century and was made in France. It is a very typical depiction of Jesus Mother. The Virgin is depicted with her hands downward, palms open and facing forward. This is known as the Position of the Distribution of Graces. She also wears a crown and steps on the Serpent and the hemisphere. The statue was made out of fine white porcelain and has stunning Gilt decorations. It has the number 24 on the back of the stand. On the back of the figurine it has a small crack and a small dent - both of these marks come from the burning process of the porcelain and are an indication of the age.
Condition: In very good antique condition. (PLEASE SEE PICTURES)
It measures circa 10 by 4 by 3 1/4 inches
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