I purchased this fairing several years ago at a local auction. It appealed to me because of it's similarity to china head dolls. It's wonderfully detailed and depicts a woman in widow's weeds standing next to a table set for tea with a bible on the table. I assume the "To Let" means that because of her widowed status, she now will need to 'let' or rent rooms to make ends meet.
She stands about 4.25" tall to the top of the figure, and the base measures 3.25 x 2.25".
It's in wonderful condition. There is one tiny chip out of the bottom of her veil. I only found this by feeling it and it's nearly impossible to see without magnification. It's a wonderful, rarely seen, Victorian fairing.