This is a tiny figure from the story Martin Chuzzlewit by Charles Dickens. It is made of ceramic, I believe, and painted and fired. It is in the character of Sairey Gamp and Mrs. Harris, who is apparently "a phantom of Mrs. Gamp's brain. " She is a figure in black on a stand which makes her about 2 7/8" tall. Here Name is stamped right below her and Mrs. Harris's name is on the bottom.
She carries a satchels and an umbrella and there is a shawl on her shoulders. There is a tiny piece of paper which explains who she is and who created her ( Sebastion Studio). The paint on her is not as refined as the Doulton figures I have seen and unfortunately, we have only her and no one else from this series.
Still, she is interesting and could start a collection or fill one in or just be a curious piece. There is a signature and a patent pending date that I believe is 1946 on the back.
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