Beautiful German porcelain seated lady with fan, dressed in heavy porcelain lace costume adorned with porcelain roses, with a rose on her head and wearing a painted snood. This little beauty is exquisite, seated on her porcelain chair, she has a tiny red shoe peeking out from under her expansive lace dress. Her face is exquisitely painted, and she has two different kinds of porcelain lace on her dress. She is marked with an unidentified crossed sword mark, reminiscent of Meissen's mark, but she is definitely of German origin and likely from the Dresden region as they were famous for their porcelain lace figurines. She is 2 3/4" tall and measures 3" across her lace dress. She appears to be in perfect condition, we note no damage or losses to her lace costume, roses, or anywhere.