This small figure decorated with soft colors seems to portray a woman holding a cloth or perhaps a piece of paper in her hand. The dress suggests a date of 1850 or so, but she is unmarked except for the number written in red on the bottom. Typical of Niderviller figures or any of a number of French provincial porcelain makers in the 19th century, She is five inches tall. There is one repaired chip on the lace at her right elbow and she has a well-repaired nose, as shown in the photo, but otherwise is in perfect condition.


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ITEM ID
F170
TYPE
Pottery
ORIGIN
France • French
ITEM TYPE
Antique

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French Biscuit Figure of a Woman 19thc.

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