French art deco ceramic craquelier group of nude dancers. It was made as a craquelier and also as a terracotta. I have both versions, in fact the terracotta one I have has come from the family of Max Le Verrier. It is unsigned but I guarantee its by Le Faguays, plus I also have its original negative photograph from the Le Verrier archives
This large pieces measures 16 inches (41cm) wide, 7.5 inches (19cm) deep by 17.5 inches (44.5cm) high.
Condition is good with an old crack to the front ladies ankle but this seems to be under glaze and I believe there from new and probably a firing crack.
Ref: The Les Craqueles book p84.