Here is a lovely 18th-century Italian porcelain figure of a woman, probably made by the Doccia factory, still located today just outside Florence. Her clothing is variously decorated in colorful patterns, and she holds a mirror in her hand, the top portion of which is a replacement. Other than that, she’s in perfect shape with all her delicate fingers intact and no chips, cracks or damage. She is delicate in size too, at a little over five and a half inches tall. A real charmer. The bottom shows an acquisition number from a previous collector or museum.
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