This is a large 14" tall Staffordshire Figure of a woman holding a catch of fish. The brown haired lady is dressed in a peasant blouse, skirt, and apron. She is wearing a hat and black shoes. I think she is leaning on a yellow fish net placed on a stone wall. The white tie on the hat flows into her collared white blouse. The decorative gold dots and trim on the blouse are faded. She has a nice face with rosy cheeks. The skirt is still very attractive with good colors on the circular designs and the violet hem. The white apron is outlined in blue and has a blue dot decoration. There is a vent hole on the back side. She stands on a 5" x 3/3/4" oval base.
The condition is very good. A few hairline cracks, chips only on the base, worn gilt, and the expected crazing on these old pieces. I see no repairs. This is a Victorian, circa 188's Staffordshire Figurine.