This spill vase has two figures, Rebekah & Abraham's servant. (Ref: Harding's "Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875, Book Two". The woman (Rebekah) is barefoot and is giving the man (Abraham's servant) a drink from a flask. She is wearing a turban type hat and has a scarf draped around her. Her forward arm is separated from the back. The man has a pink head gear with green scarf draped around him. The spill has a waterfall at the base. The base has a gilt stripe. The vase measures 8 3/4" tall. There is also gilding around the top of the vase. This piece is in excellent condition. There is a chip on the underside of the base. I will mention that on the necks of both figures there appears to be a crack encountered during manufacturing. This is probably due to the complicated structure of this figure.
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