An antique Parian statue of Storm modelled as a standing woman huddled for warmth beneath a tartan blanket, a concerned look on her face. Parian ware is a type of biscuit porcelain meant to resemble marble and was invented around 1840.
PLACE OF ORIGIN
W. T. Copeland (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England, Circa 1847-1970) | After William Brodie ARSA, RSA (Scottish, 1815-81)
Impressed (side base): Copyright Reserved / Copeland / Storm.; (bottom of statue) Wm. Brodie / A. RSA / Sc 1858
Queen Victoria (1837-1901) | Mid 19th century
Width 6.25 Depth 6.25 Height 19.5 inches