A rare and stunning Art Deco Rosenthal porcelain figurine titled Pierrette designed by renowned Sculptor Dorothea Charol (German, 1889-1963) dating from around 1926. This tall and exquisitely sculpted figurine stands on a rounded and domed pedestal base with a gilded rim and black painted dome. The figurine portrays a young lady dressed in long orange crinoline material trousers frilled around the ankle and just revealing her turned up gilded shoes. She wears a similar green material high neck top frilled around the neck and wrists and tied with an orange band around the waist and with an orange flower applied to her left shoulder. She wears a turban style green hat in art deco style and holds her head slightly to one side with painted features against a white complexion and with small curls of black hair. She stands in an upright pose with her hands raised and her fingers pointing outwards. The figure has printed green makers marks to the base and is impressed 180D.