This bisque figure is something of a mystery, but appears to be about 1825, possibly made in the French Empire period or the Regency period in England. The crib has a classical Greek style of design which was popular in that era. It is nearly five inches long and has no damage but there are some original firing cracks. The modeling is very fine and sculptural. I call it bisque (which would be unglazed porcelain), but it has what appears to be a soft glaze.
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