London, South Kensington
7 June 2001
A Meissen figure of a girl
wearing broad-brimmed bonnet and long white dress, modelled standing eating cherries and holding a basket of cherries in her left hand, on rocky shaped oval base, blue crossed swords mark, ressnummer 52, incised numerals, circa 1900 (hat broken and restored) -- 17cm. highSee illustration
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