A Bow Porcelain Figure of Ceres c.1760

A Bow figure of "Ceres", allegorical of Earth from the Four Elements, standing holding a cornucopia, a lion at her feet, wearing hand-painted floral gown in front of flowering bocage on raised rococo scroll base. Dimensions: 27 cm. hight, 22 cm. wight. Condition: firing cracks, one arm re-stuck, some damage to bocage.

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