Animals and Birds

  • A Fabulously Rare Elephant Tureen

    Stock No: 000289

     

    Height: 6.5″ Inches/17cm

     

    Reference: Harding Book 3, page 267, fig 2949

     

    Price: £1250.00

     

    An exceptionally rare tureen and cover , its cover taking the form of an elephant . This is one of what is believed to be a small number of surviving tureens with wild animal covers made by the Staffordshire potters . The very few other tureen covers known to have survived the years carry a leopard , crocodile and a rhinoscerous . We also hold the rarer rhino tureen as part of our current stock.

  • A Fabulously Rare Rhinoceros tureen.

    Stock No: 000307

     

    Height: 7.5″ Inches/19cm

     

    Reference: Harding Book 2, page 262, fig 3078

     

    Price: £3500.00

     

    An exceptionally rare tureen and cover , its cover taking the form of an rhinoceros . This is one of what is believed to be a very small number of surviving tureens with wild animal covers made by the Staffordshire potters c1860-80 . The very few other tureen covers known to have survived the years carry a leopard , crocodile, horse and an elephant. We also hold the rare elephant tureen as part of our current stock.

  • A pair of (Kent) Giraffes

    Stock No: 000272

     

    Height: 5.5 inches/14cm

     

    Reference: Harding Book 2, page 253, figs 2972/2973

     

    Price: £450.00

     

    A rare pair of (Kent) spill vases of seated giraffes resting under a palm tree

  • A Pair of black and white cows being milked by milk maids

    Stock No:000338

    Height: 6.5″ Inches/ 17cm< Reference: A. N. Harding Second Addendum page 293, Fig 2314A/2314B Price: £250.00 Description: A pair of figures of a milkmaid and a milkboy seated before a standing cow and holding milk pails in their arms.

  • A Pair of Children with Lambs on the backs of Lions

    Stock No: 000304

     

    Height: 5″ Inches/ 13 cm

     

    Reference: A. N. Harding book 2, page 169, figs 2385/2386

     

    Price: £330.00

     

    A pair of well coloured figures of lions with children holding wreaths above their heads sitting on the lions backs. Harding lists these figures as scarse .

  • A pair of giraffe spill vases

    Stock No: 000242

     

    Height: 7.25 inches/18.4cm

     

    Reference: Harding second addendum page 325 figs 2974/2975

     

    Price: £3000.00

     

    A very rare pair of spill vases of giraffes eating from a tree.

  • A pair of lion spill vases

    Stock no: 000358

     

    Height: 11.5″ Inches / 30 cm

     

    Reference: Harding book 2 page 259 figs 3021/3022

     

    Price: £770.00

     

    A matched pair of spill vase figures of a lion and a lioness with cubs , snakes are entwined in trees to their side.

  • A Rare Elephant Spill Vase

    Stock No: 000288

     

    Height: 6.5″ Inches/17cm

     

    Reference: Harding Book 2, page 247 fig 2942

     

    Price: £350.00

     

    A rare and delightful spill vase of an elephant before a tree.

  • A Very Rare and Unusual Pair of Lions Attacking Deer

    Stock No: 000287

     

    Height: 6.5″ Inches/17cm

     

    Reference: Harding Book 2, page 244 fig 2917/2918

     

    Price: £500.00

     

    A pair of unusual figures depicting lions attacking stags.

  • Arab figures with camels

    Stock No: 000256

     

    Height: 7 inches/17.8cm

     

    Reference: Harding second addendum page 110 fig 1458/1459

     

    Price: £1500.00

     

    A wonderful pair of figures in arab dress with camels possibly Lady Hester Stanhope

  • Arab figures with camels

    Stock No: 000363

     

    Height: 7 inches/17.8cm

     

    Reference: Harding second addendum page 110 fig 1458/1459

     

    Price: £1500.00

     

    A wonderful pair of figures in arab dress with camels possibly Lady Hester Stanhope

  • Deer spill with fawn

    Stock No: 000182

     

    Height: 9.75 inches/24.8cm

     

    Reference: Harding Book 2 page 242 fig

     

    Price: £60.00

     

    A spill vase figure of a prancing hind with its seated fawn