the bocage on the figure is totally wrong for this figure. The bocage is of a form that we see repeatedly on Sherratt-style figures, not on Ralph Wood figures. Perhaps the bocage was taken off another figure to replace our Widow's bocage when it broke. However, best I can tell from the picture, the bocage is probably a replacement made by a restorer in recent decades.
The round base that supports our Widow today was once mounted upon another base. The photograph taken from beneath the figure shows an unglazed rim and interior. Normally, these surfaces are glazed...unless the glaze could not reach them because something prevented it. And that something was another clay structure. Once upon a time, our widow looked rather like the Widow below, paired with her Elijah.