19th Century French Samson Candlestick Figurine of a Shepherdess
This French Samson candlestick depicts an idealised figure of a shepherdess with a lamb sitting at her feet. It dates to the 19th Century but displays a spurious gold anchor mark of the Chelsea Factory c1756-69.
Please see images but overall this is offered in good antique condition. As expected for a delicate porcelain piece such as this there are some light losses to the fragile leaves, flowers and one thumb.
Dimensions: height 25cm or 9.84 inches; width 19cm or 7.5 inches; depth 14.5cm or 5.7 inches
Weight: 1.825 kg or 1173 dwt
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