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Figurine in biscuit porcelain in the taste of the eighteenth century representing a young woman in ball gown, holding a mask and a fan. She wears an elegant dress in the piémontaise whose train is attached at the level of the size, with a piece of stomach richly decorated with lace and a full skirt. The sleeves are decorated with lace ruffles called engaging. A collar trims her neckline. The woman rests on a circular base decorated with alternating palmettes and flutes. Signed in hollow, on the base:"PAUL DUBOY". Mark on the back. Work of the 19th century. The details of the bodice, the lace sleeves and the hair are finely worked.

19th century

Circa: 1880

Dim: W:11,5cm, D:11,5cm, H:34,5cm.

Condition report In good condition, with one finger restored.

Era: 19th century
Style: 18th
Materials: Porcelain bisque
Identifier Exists False
LP : 2893
Availability : Object available
Width: 12 (cm)
Height 35 (cm)
Depth 12 (cm)
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