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19th-C. Concrete Dickens Figures, S/2
$599.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR blue/red/white/black
CONDITION Good; paint loss, concrete loss, repair to joe the fat boy
DIMENSIONS 11" L x 9" W x 23" H
ERA Antique
MADE IN England
MADE OF concrete
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 26 - Jul 31
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Raised on two continents in a family of antique dealers, Karyn Cliffe Basch has been trawling vintage markets from Marrakech to London, New England to Los Angeles for the last 25 years. With an eye for the fabulous, her finds have graced designer homes across the country, each piece vetted for style, history and sensibility. Karyn's taste is exquisite and extensive. She collects pieces that captivate, inspire and stir the heart. Welcome and Enjoy!
Why we love this
Set of two early-19th-century English concrete garden figures depicting Charles Dicken's Mr. Pickwick and Joe Joe the Fat Boy, characters from the author's first novel, The Pickwick Papers. Paint loss, concrete loss, repair to Joe the Fat Boy, imperfections.
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