An fine early pearlware dog baiting a bull. One of the best models of a bull produced by the Staffordshire potters at the beginning of the 19th century.
This piece is wonderful quality, the bull shown here well modelled being worried by a dog. Totally original with just the tip of one horn having been professionally restored.
A fine early pearlware collared Pug dog, seated on a tasseled cushion base, with an unusual use of blue and yellow overglaze enamels, set this cute Pug with it’s light brown coat perfectly. In excellent condition.
A very finely modelled large figure of possibly the royal children, the boy with drum sits on the back of an Irish setter while what appears to be his sister at the side. This very rare figure group is reminiscent of the figure “The first ride”.
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