This is a beautiful and delicate example of Karl Ens porcelain. The girl is dressed immaculately and modestly. It is a wonderful reminder that times were once gentler and more refined.
Size: 8 1/4" tall. 7" wide (her lovely skirt's width at the hem).
Circa: 1930s. (Maker's mark in green dates in to pre-1940).
Marked: The Karl Ens windmill backstamp with the letters ENS.
Condition: Very Good. Fingers and flowers are perfect. There are several areas of the hems that feel rough, but they appear to be simply very thin and delicate, not damaged. There is one area on the lowest hem that looks like a scallop. It could be a defect or a deliberate touch.
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