The English figurine "Biddy Pey Farhig" Biddy Penny Farthing is listed in the catalog under number 1843. Designed by L. Harradie. The model has been in production since 1938. This colorful figurine reflects the traditional clothing and lifestyle of traders who were disappearing from the streets of London. Initially, the artist creates a sketch of the future product. Then a sculptor works on it, taking into account every detail, every line. The balloons in the figures of the sellers were cast in separate molds and then assembled into a single composition. Before that, it was necessary to make a hole for the air to escape in each of them. Otherwise, during the firing in the kiln, where the temperature reached 1260 degrees, it would expand and crack. Age is indicated as 1959, royal doulo marking, pattern number 1843, made of porcelain, in good condition.