London, South Kensington
7 June 2001
A Meissen figure of a lady
modelled standing wearing eighteenth century dress, holding a basket of flowers over her left arm, and a garland of flowers in her right hand, on square scroll-moulded base, blue crossed swords mark, Pressnummer 127, incised B65., late 19th century (minor damages and restoration) -- 49cm. high
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