Rare Antique 19thc Samson Paris Porcelain Figurine - Circa 1870 For Sale
Rare Antique 19thC Samson Paris Porcelain Figurine - Circa 1870
Part of a Collection of High Quality German and French Porcelain Listed This Week......
Paris Porcelain Figurine
Marked to base with Cross ( Sitzendorf ) Samson mark and date circa 1870.
Beautiful piece -
All decorated in bright and bold colours with the finest gilding- think the pictures speak for themselves.....
Please view daylight pictures and judge. Approx 7 inches / 180 mm tall
Overall OK with age commensurate wear all as shown in photos. Small finger and horn losses.
Beautiful and displays very well..
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