In polychrome enamels, with a dancing figure against a backdrop of an exotic island, all on a white ground, further decorated with gilt seaweed tendrils, it was recently illustrated in Swansea and Nantgarw Porcelains: a Scientific Reappraisal (2017) by Howell GM Edwards.
Measuring 4in (10cm) high, it is offered by 18th and 19th century ceramics specialist Penrose Antiques from York for £2500.
The fair is fully booked with 43 dealers standing at its next edition. Running from May 4-6, it is organised by Sue Ede of Cooper Events and includes many participants from the north of England.
Local paintings specialist Sutcliffe Galleries is joined by Rowles Fine Art Gallery and Granta Fine Art.
In other collecting fields, glass and sculpture specialist Solo Antiques attends along with Lakes Boxes, traditional and studio ceramics dealer John Newton Antiques and jeweller Plaza.
First-time exhibitors include Elaine Phillips, offering antique oak furniture, the Soden Collection with modern and contemporary British art and sculpture and Robert Copley Chinese Snuff Bottles.