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French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair

devonia antiques for dining

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French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair
French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair
French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair
French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair
French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair
French Figurines, C. 1920, Pair

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; some wear
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
semi porcelain
Size:
3" W x 7" H
Color/Finish:
multi
Care:
other; Hand wash with mild detergent

Why We Love This

A charming pair of figurines marked "Made in France" with one retaining part of an old original paper label. Wonderful detailing to the molding and hand painting. Please note the details on the dress, apron, drum, fingers, shoes, and the exquisite paintings of the facial features.
As described by devonia antiques for dining

About devonia antiques for dining

Devonia Antiques owner Lori Hedtler has a well-deserved reputation in the antiques field. Her clientele list is a "Who's Who" of Park Avenue and Beacon Hill, celebrities, serious collectors, and bridal registrants. Nationally renowned for one of the country's largest collections of Gilded Age china, crystal, and antiques, she specializes in building beautiful dinner services for today's tables.