Ancient Neapolitan sculpture representing the Immaculate Virgin.
The sculpture has a terracotta head with crystal eyes and polychrome wooden hands and feet.
The Virgin has a silver crown and halo and a coral flower in her hand.
The Virgin is depicted in her classical pose as she crushes the dragon and is flanked by a crowd of gherubini.
Two exceptionally well-crafted putti in polychrome wood appear to be contemporary with the same.
The clothes worn by the time are contemporary.
Provenance: Naples late eighteenth century (1770/80)
Measures: Height head to foot 60cm.
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