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Lady Figural Cane Handle

This is a rare cane handle made by Meissen in the 19th century. It is of a lady's head with the body making the shape of the handle. The body has her two arms in front in a muff and she is wearing a fur scarf. Nice pink dress and abonnet on her head. Lot of nice modeled detail and the usual quality of handpainted detail one expects from Meissen but finds nowhere else. The handle part has a nice gold trim and some scattered flowers on it with a large floral arrangement on top. The piece is in great condition with a tiny chip to her left sleeve, a little wear to the gilding and a shallow chip to the top edge of her white shirt by her right bussom which is not very obvious and would be an easy fix if needed! The piece is 3.75 inches tall, 4.25 inches long and 1.5 inches wide. It is marked underneath and on the inside with the blue crossed swords mark, an impressed nubmer and red painters mark. The inside hole diameter is 0.625 inches. Please email me for more information or other pictures.

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