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A Charles Vyse pottery figure, 'The Piccadily Rose Woman', dated 1923. Modelled as a seated woman, holding a bunch of flowers in her left hand, and having a large basket of flowers by her side. Set upon a squared base, and having the original carved wood stand.
’CV’ monogram, an ‘Chelsea’, along with date ‘1923’ to the base.
Height - 22.9 cm, 9”.
Width - 17 cm, 6 5/8”.
Depth - 16 cm, 6 2/8”.
Condition - Excellent. No restoration.



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