London, South Kensington
28 March 2002
A porcelaineous figure of a woman
wearing a plumed hat and dress with red bodice and cobalt-blue skirt, modelled standing holding a tambourine, on hollow scroll-moulded base, circa 1840 (some overpainting to black enamels and minor rubbing to gilding) -- 19.5cm. high; and a figure of a putto holding a bow and arrow, modelled seated upon a hound, on cobalt-blue shaped oval base (damages and repairs) -- 15.5cm. high
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Anthony Oliver, The Victorian Staffordshire Figure A Guide for Collectors (1971), p. 163, pl. 240.
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