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We are pleased to offer this creamware figure of a young man. Made in 18th century England circa 1780, at some point, he became part of the collection of Colonial Williamsburg and was recently deaccessioned. He is beautifully decorated with the oxide glazes used in England on many 18th-century creamware items. Standing at rest, he wears a green jacket, ochre-colored pants, and a brown cap. His cheek in his palm, he rests on his shovel, contemplative and endearing.
Dimensions: 4.2 inches tall Condition: Excellent Price: $700.
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