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Royal Copenhagen Girl with pot covers # 3677

Royal Copenhagen Girl with pot covers # 3677


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Directory: Vintage Arts: Decorative Art: Ceramics: Scandinavian: Porcelain: Pre 1980: Item # 524483
Small Pleasures, Antiques Collectibles
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Florida 33625-1630
813-792-2532

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 $159.95 
$159.95

A happily little soul evidently getting much pleasure from the clashing together two metal pot lids. She kneels with her feel tucked under, and her "cymbals" are held on high for maximum effect. Her cheeks are dimpled, her eyes are blue, and she wears a close-fitting brown bonnet, held in place under her chin by a huge pink-brown bow; her curled light brown hair can be seen at her forehead and cheeks.

Her blue suit comprises a tight-fitting short jacket, buttoned at the front, and edged at the cuffs with white; the loose skirt covers her legs abut her brown shes protrude beneath it.

Both pot lids, one larger than the other, are gay-brown: one has a strap, the other a knob. A well-fashioned piece 3.5" high on a rounded natural base 2" across; it is stable with no vulnerable features. This appears to have been taken out of production in 1988, and is not easy to find; The impressed AB is bound on the back of the child's bonnet.

List price is $235.00