Rare Royal Doulton "The Madonna of the Square" Figurine HN 2034 | Art Deco Collectable
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「Features」 · Mother cradling a baby · Soft pastel green robe · Yellow and purple flowers at her feet · Fine english bone china · Marked and numbered on the bottom
「History」 The Madonna of the Square, the most popular figurine by acclaimed Royal Doulton designer Phoebe Stabler, has been produced in many different styles. The first Madonna of the Square, HN10, was produced in 1913 and is the very first of Royal Doulton's flower sellers figurines. It is believed that this figure represents a flower girl who worked in Sloane Square, because Phoebe Stabler based many of her models on local Chelsea characters..
This rendition -Model No. HN 2034 - is a very pretty, hand painted and hand decorated, woman and child figurine manufactured by the Royal Doulton Factory and made in England titled: Madonna of the Square and is part of the Chelsea characters.
It is designed by Phoebe Stabler. Produced 1949 to 1951.
「Dimension」 7.5" H x 6.5" L x 4" D
「Condition」 Very good vintage condition. No cracks, breaks, repairs, or wear signs.