Lot 1013 (Fine Art & Antiques, 14th September 2019)
Sold for £100
A pair of 19th century soft-paste porcelain figures of a North African couple, each in elaborate dress, her holding a ewer, him with attendant ewer, decorated in bright enamels and heightened in gilt, unmarked (both with significant restoration), h.22.5cm; together with an early 19th century Derby figure of a Scotsman, incised number verso 378, h.28cm
Green coat – significant restoration, notably to right arm and gilt lamp, rubbing to the gilt.
Yellow dress – significant restoration including the right hand and goblet, rubbing to the gilt.
Blue jacket – black specks under the glaze to the face, hands and legs, possible restoration to the arm, losses to the foliage, small chip to the red on the back, rubbing to the gilt.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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