Dorothy Doughty Royal Worcester Birds 1938 Baltimore Oriole & Tulip Tree N50 Aa
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Dorothy Doughty Royal Worcester Birds 1938 Baltimore Oriole & Tulip Tree N50 Aa :
LM N50 AA 2.27CLICK HERETO VIEW OURFREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSPAGE!PLEASE BE SURE TO USE THE PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONASA GUIDE TO WHAT YOU WILL BE RECEIVING IF YOU WIN THIS sale!To view other great itemsclick here!Here's a short home-made video about buying hummels on :Please also watch our video on how to clean your hummels.sale INFORMATIONUp for saleis abeautifulRoyal Worcester FigurineBaltimore Oriole & Tulip TreeVibrant golden blossoms and pale green leaves. Male is black and orange with closed wings,and female is lighter in color with wings slightly Height: 9.5" & 9.75"The base is included!
Condition: We see no chips, cracks, or repairs.Please see photos below.Please remember, this is an saleand you are outofferding people so ask any questions before offerding.We try to be very accurate, but all sales are final.
There is a $25.00 handling fee on this piece plus regular shipping. The charge covers the cost of professional packing,
to ensure this figurine's safety during shipping. *Sorry, No International Shipping.
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Dorothy Susan Doughty was a British sculptor and potter born in Sanremo, Italy in 1892. She was the daughter of poet, writer, andtravelerCharles Montagu Doughty. She died in 1962.
She is mostly known for her collection of porcelain American birds. She modeled a series of thirty-six pairs and three individual models of American birds which were designed between
1933and 1960. They wereproduced by Royal Worcester, a British porcelain firm, under her supervision. In 1957 the Queen of England presented a pair of Parula Warblers to President Eisenhower. An entire series of her porcelain birds is exhibited at the Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas.
Towards the end of her life she also designed British birds, which were put into production after her SHIPPING CALCULATOR TO FIGURE SHIPPING COSTS FOR YOUR AREA***We will combine shipping within one payment; however, we ask that you request shipping combination and pay within 10 days of your first sale won.Handling Time:Upon receiving payment it takes up to5business daysto send out your order, but we usually do it in 3 days(please note, this is not the time it will take to get to you - that will depend on the shipping method chosen).We always strive to get items out quickly and safely.We accept paypal payments
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