Condition:Mint condition free from any flaws, damage or restoration
The Doulton figurine, "The Parson's Daughter" was first modeled by Harry Tittensor in 1918 and proved so popular that is was made in 8 different color schemes each with its own HN number. On the rare occasion, a new color variation is discovered of this wonderful figurine.
Traditionally, the parson's daughter had a life of dedication with a position in society to be maintained despite considerable poverty. This is why some versions of the figurine show the girl wearing a patchwork skirt.
Interestingly, the Parson's Daughter figurine is an adapted version of Royal Doulton's Pretty Lady HN 69 with the lower half of the figurine being identical.
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