Two Capodimonte Figures, 20th c., one of a woman in a lace dress reading a book, the second of a boy and girl on a tree form seesaw, Seesaw- H.- 7 1/2 in., W.- 12 in., D.- 5 in.
Condition consistent with age and use. Seesaw- An apparent repair is noted to a crack through the center of the log and another is seen at the base of the leaf below. The boy's index finger is lacking. Brown discoloration is observed to his proper right leg. An approximate 1 inch section of the back of the girl's skirt is crushed. A pea-size loss is noted to the left. Half of the fringe on her proper right arm is lacking. An approximate ½ cm piece is lacking from the bottom of her skirt. A flea-size brown spot is seen on her proper left sleeve. Approximately 12 flower petals are lacking. Woman- A flea-size loss is noted to the back of her skirt. The tip of the tree branch and one flower petal are lacking. A charming group.
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