Bloor Derby Candlestick Figure Of A Girl, circa 1830


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A very pretty Derby (Robert Bloor period) bone china small candlestick figure of a girl holding flowers in her skirt, sitting on a rock, a tree branch at her side supporting the pierced candle sconce.
Crossed swords mark in underglaze blue and incised ‘No 8’
Date (guaranteed) : circa 1830
Height: 5¼” (13.5cm)
Condition (guaranteed) : Old restoration to neck, break through tree, part of drip pan and some flowers & leaves.
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Price: £ 75 including p&p (RESERVED)

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