London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
A Lowestoft figure of a putto
modelled standing, gazing to the left, the right leg bent at the knee, with a turquoise and puce scalf drapped over one shoulder, before a tree stump with flowering branches, on a scroll-moulded mound base, circa 1785 (lacking both arms and a flowering branch from the base, other minor typical chips and light rubbing to enamels) -- 13cm. high
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Cf. Geoffrey A. Godden, Lowestoft Porcelains (1985), p. 136, pl. 173, for a similar figure.
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