Figure; porcelain; dancing girl, holding skirts wide with both hands; painted in colours: manganese purple flowers on skirt, yellow floral shoe-buckles, orange hem-lines, brown hair, black bodice front and flesh tints on face and arms; hair tied with head-band; marked.
- 1740 (circa)
- Made in: Meissen
- (Europe,Germany,Saxony,Dresden (region),Meissen)
- Height: 17.1 centimetres
- Width: 10 centimetres (max)
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription CommentVery faint crossed swords in blue.
Not on display
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
Figure; porcelain; dancing girl, holding skirts wide with both hands; painted with details in colours, manganese purple flowers on skirt, yellow floral shoe-buckles, orange hem-lines, brown hair, black bodice front and flesh tints on face and arms; hair tied with head-band; marked.
Reproduced by permission of the artist. © The Trustees of the British Museum
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Object reference number: MCT13905
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