After a detour via bronze, this post returns to the theme of bawdy bisque. This lissome lady appears to have forgotten her gavel, among other things. An unusual seated figure, she is by my favorite maker, A. W. Fr. Kister. As it typical of this company, everything is of the highest quality, from the flawless bisque to the superb sculpting. She is 6.5 inches tall and has her original mohair wig.
There is a channel through her hips that could be used to attach her to a pincushion. Her current seat is an antique dollhouse chair. The slightly molded and tinted nipples are a unique characteristic of Kister's beautiful bisque belles. . .
but her identity is further confirmed, as underneath she is incised with the cross-hatch "S" mark of this company.