The group above is painted in enamel paints, and it is a particularly uncommon figure. It is somewhat better known from its color-glazed look-alike, and you see an example below. Interestingly, both groups are from the same molds.
So, big admission: much as it pains me to admit it, in this instance, the better figure is clearly the color-glazed figure, hands down!
I love this print in the British Museum, and surely it (or something similar) assisted Ralph Wood with the modeling.