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Item/Description: Vintage Brazil lusterware deer-doe-fawn metallic ceramic pottery figurine.
Age/Period: Vintage - ca 1960s-1980s
***Deer is posed in an ever-so-charming and sweetly semi-curled up, relaxed “not a care in the world” (as it should be) ;~) sitting position!
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings: Underside of figure retains its applied-under-glaze clear label, black ink backstamping which reads “Made in Brazil”.
Material(s)/Format: Glazed metallic ceramic pottery.
Size/Measurements: Nearly 7"W x 6 & 1/4"H
Quantity: One (1)
Condition: Excellent, evincing no noted nicks, chips, cracks, breaks, crazing or repairs. Being noted for purposes of accuracy, as these are not technically “flaws”, are the presence of a couple of“from-the-factory”, beneath-the-glazebrown paint marks located on the back side of the statue’s body; a“from-the-factory”, beneath-the-glaze virtually unnoticeable “pit” indentation immediately adjacent thereto; and situated within the crevice between the figural’s folded legs on the back side, two very slight unpainted “dashes”, also“from-the-factory”, beneath-the-glaze.