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Charming "Made in Occupied Japan" porcelain figurine featuring the bust of a beautiful Victorian or late Colonial Era woman.

This particular Japanese porcelain figurine features an elegant lady with a beautiful updo and off-the-shoulder dress with gilded rose. Base of bust is handpainted with lavender flowers. This particular Occupied Japan figurine is much more intricate than the rest! Perfect kitschy vintage knick-knack for your dressing table. My grandmother had these Occupied Japan figurines on a little shelf above her dresser.

Antique figurines marked "Made in Occupied Japan" date to the Post WWII era - typically late 1940s.

Measurements:
Height: 5"
Width: x 2" at base, 3.5" at widest part (shoulders)

More "Occupied Japan" items (shown in photo #5) available here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChezNatchez?section_id=20514731

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Frequently asked questions about ChezNatchez

Since we have so many items that we need to list and sell off, I've restricted all listings to "North America" only to make things a bit easier on us.

However, if you're located overseas and are interested in a particular item, please don't hesitate to contact me! Depending on the size of the item and your location, I might be able to accommodate you!

Made in Occupied Japan Figurine | Bust of Victorian Woman | Antique Porcelain Figurines | Midcentury Dressing Table Decor | Colonial Woman

$21.00

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: porcelain
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 9 reviews
  • Favorited by: 3 people