SOLD! for $484.00.
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1st item: Figure of a boy seated on a rock, asleep with head in hand, his dog sleeping beside him. Blue underglaze mark attributed to Hochst, 19th century. Black light reveals restoration to his right cuff and a couple of spots in hair. 1/4" circular discolored spot on back of jacket does not flouresce. 3-7/8"H. 2nd item: Figure of a woman holding a fish and a pan, blue underglaze Furstenberg mark, late 18th to mid 19th century. Restoration to underside of pan. 4-1/2"H. Ex-James M. Labaugh Antiques. 3rd item: Victorian fairing, likely Staffordshire, modeled as a woman at a well, holding a jug. Unmarked. 4-7/8"H. 4th & 5th item: 2 Monkey Band figures, depicted with a horn and bagpipe. Crossed sword marks on the undersides in the manner of Meissen. Ex-James Labaugh Antiques, New York (receipt retained). Excellent condition. 4-7/8"H. 6th – 8th items: 3 figural porcelain scent bottles, two modeled as beautiful young women and one as a boy holding an oversized frog. One missing finial. All unmarked, 3-1/4" to 5-3/4" H. All items 19th century. Provenance: the collection of Stephen and Lisa Steiner Small, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: See description. Condition: See description.