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A 19th-century Continental porcelain inkwell, possibly Miklashevsky, modeled as a shepherdess in bonnet & apron with two sheepdogs, her clothing gilt in fine detail in imitation of embroidery in imitation of work by Jacob Petit & other European porcelain factories, including Miklashevsky, in the mid-19th century, the slip-on lid lifting to reveal ink & 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 & repaired. 7 x 6 1/2 in. (17.8 x 16.5 cm).
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