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The statuette has been in my family for 3 generations now. It is presumed to be from Morocco and was brought to us before the second world war. It is damaged and it had an ivory rosary that was stolen by a fake restorer and never recovered. It has a sort of serial on its base 16-557. Appears to be made of ceramic, hand painted and with vivid colors. I do not know how old this actually is or its worth. I do not intend to sell this item. enter image description here

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  • I am trying but 2mb size, i might as well draw it... – EIRISONI Mar 3 at 20:51
  • Could you not just shrink the image down in an image editor? – F1Krazy Mar 3 at 20:53
  • Well finally, i was not expecting that small size requirement... – EIRISONI Mar 3 at 20:56
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    @Jos: Rosaries (or tasbih) do seem to have been pretty common in Morocco in the past according to the internet. "Nothing is more common than the measuring of distances by the time occupied in pacing them, reckoned by the fingering of a rosary". Dawson, Things seen in Morocco, 1904, p. 348. – Jan Mar 4 at 10:55
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    @T.E.D. Maybe my comment was a bit unclear. Muslims (as well es believers of several other major religions) have things that look like a rosary and are used like a rosary. That they are also sometimes referred to as rosary does not mean that their users are Christian – Jan Mar 4 at 17:37

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