Made at Chelsea Manufactory (England, active 1745-1769)
Object Place: Europe, England
15.24 cm (6 in.)
Medium or Technique
Soft-paste porcelain with colored enamel decoration
Not On View
Wearing a crinoline skirt and singing from music. Turquoise bodice with pink bows, white skirt with sprays of flowers in colors. Flowers on base.. Fingers broken.
Music inscribed "Largo" at top of page. Number painted in red enamel on base: "372." (underlined twice in red). Two stencilled inscriptions: "B.C." and B.3" in old Gothic script.
Red anchor mark on base
Before 1924, Alfred Hutton, London; by 1930, Richard C. Paine (b. 1893 - d. 1966), Boston; 1930, gift of Richard C. Paine to the MFA. (Accession date: April 3, 1930).
Gift of Richard C. Paine