Porcelain > 19th-century porcelain inkwell, possibly Miklashevsky

A 19th-century Continental porcelain inkwell, possibly Miklashevsky, modeled as a shepherdess in bonnet and apron with two sheepdogs, her clothing gilt in fine detail in imitation of embroidery in imitation of work by Jacob Petit and other European porcelain factories, including Miklashevsky, in the mid-19th century, the slip-on lid lifting to reveal ink and sand cups, with impressed Roman numeral I on underside of lid, ‘2’ in brick red overglaze on the interior flange of the base, the underside with a brown underglaze inscription, possibly ‘Rro,’ the neck of the shepherdess broken and repaired. 7 x 6 1/2 in. (17.8 x 16.5 cm). 

Price: $7,500

Item#: 1214-069

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