Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. [not numbered]
16 1/2 in. high. 45s. [P. 6; exhibited under heading: "Statuettes."]
Parian Marble on Porcelain Statuary, from models by the following eminent Artists: Gibson, Wyatt, Foley, Marshall, Theed, Jones, Durham, Cumberworth, Francis, King, etc.; also, copies from the Works of Cellini, Flamingo, Marochetti, Pradier, &c. Manufactured by W.T. Copeland, 160 New Bond-Street, London. Exhibited at the Crystal Palace, New-York, by his agent for the United States and Canada, Charles C. Leigh, 232 Bleecker-Street, New-York, importer and dealer in China, Glass, Earthenware, etc. This porcelain was declared by that eminent Sculptor, Mr. Gibson, R.A., to be "decidedly the best material for Statuary purposes, next to marble." New-York: Holman, Gray & Co., Printers, cor. Centre and White Sts. 1853.