Posted 6 years ago
Another treasure pulled out of a box sitting in storage for almost 18 years. This is a wonderful pottery figure of a dancing woman. It seems to made from a low fire whitish colored clay. The head, arms, torso and base are slightly rough like bisque clay and it looks as thoughit has been stained. The turban and skirt have a glossy green glaze. She stands 7" tall and the widest point is 3 3/4" and 2 1/2" at the deepest point. There are no marks on the piece.
I'm guessing maybe 1930's or 1940's. Any thoughts? If by chance anyone knows the maker of this wonderful piece I would be thrilled.