This is a sweet wee antique 19th century Staffordshire figurine, and it dates to around the 1880s.
These little miniature figures were very popular with the Victorians - they were often prizes at funfairs - or sold by itinerant peddlers as they went from village to village and door to door selling small trinkets or ceramic wares.
The figurine features a couple of sweethearts in front of a fruiting bough. To the left stands a little gentleman wearing a blush pink topcoat. He carries a basket of flowers. The lady sits on the right, She wears a shiny blue cobalt jacket and long skirt
This figure is white in colour and glazed - there are some little touches of applied colours all over the figurine to some highlight areas, as photographed.
This one is in good condition and displays well. However, there is a little crack to the back (as photographed) - not so obvious and unseen when the figure is on display. There are tiny losses to their nose tips - please check all my photographs very carefully as they form part of my description.
I have reduced this figure right down in price to reflect the condition issues.
Dimensions: Height is 6 3/4 inches. The width is 4 3/4 inches and the depth is 1 1/2 inches.