Derby Porcelain Patch Mark Figure of a Shepherdess Playing a Mandolin c1765-70

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Product Code:22092702

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Description

Heading :  Derby porcelain figure of a shepherdess playing a mandolin
Date : c1765-70
Period : George III
Marks :None
Origin : Derby. England
Colour : Polychrome

Features : Depicts a shepherdess with an elaborate head scarf playing a mandolin while seated next to a sheep.
Condition :Some losses to applied flowers as expected. There is a firing crack in the back of her neck and her pony tail. There is a hairline crack in her scarf
Restoration : The ear of the sheep and feather in her hat were both chipped and have been restored
Dimensions : 19.6cm height. base diameter 10.2cm
Weight : 751 grams

References:

See V&A museum accession number : CIRC.553-1912

 

 

Additional information

Weight1000 g

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