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Limbach Dancing Lady Figurine

This is a figurine made by Limbach in about 1780. It is of a lady wearing a nice dress and hat that appears to be in the middle of a dancy. She is standing on a nice base with the typical scroll work highlighted in puce one sees very often on Limbach pieces. The figurine is actually marked which is nice to see with the crossed swords type mark in puce underneath. The figurine displays superbly but her right arm was broken at the sholder, the hand at the wrist and the tip of the apron in two places as shown. It was reglued nicely and is fine as is or would be an easy project to get it completely invisible if need be. The figurine is 5.25 inches tall, 2.375 inches wide and 2 inches deep. Please email me for more information or photos.

Price is $749
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