The naughty bawdy vaudeville career of the Five Barrison Sisters was relatively brief, but, as can been seen on this blog, they were the inspiration for bevies of risqué bisque novelties. This example has an exceptionally pretty face. The detailed painting of the slightly intaglio eyes and the overall fine quality suggest to me that this lovely lass is by the German firm of Ernst Bohne Söhne. Unmarked, she is 3.5 inches tall.
Although there may be a question concerning her maker, there is none regarding her identity. Her pose and costume was clearly copied from the second sister on the left pictured on this 1895 cabinet card.
No doubt from the same maker and inspired by the same photograph, this bisque belle is 4 inches high. She is the three-dimensional doppelgänger of the sister pictured on the far left.
She copies the pose even to the cigarette between her rosy lips. However, in this case, the cigarette is actually a small metal tube.
The tube extends down into the figure's hollow interior. It appears plausible that if a cone of smoldering incense was placed underneath, she would appear to smoke.