Reference: Harding Second Addendum, Page 243, Fig 2099/2100
A pair of figures of a boy and girl seated on tree stumps on coloured circular bases. He is holding a bird aloft in his left hand and a nest in his right, wearing an open necked shirt, waistcoat, jacket and rumpled knee breeches. She wears a bodice and skirt with an apron. She holds fruit in her left hand and her right rests on a basket of fruit that is on her lap.
Send Enquiry forA Fine Figure of a Fisherman with his Net and Catch
A standing figure of a cricketer, the bowler seen here holding a ball in his right hand, his other arm is across his chest and is dressed in flat cap, shirt with tie, trousers, a wicket is to his left and a bat leans against it, he has a belt around his waist and a coat stands to his side.
Reference: John & Griselda Lewis Pratt Ware 1780-1840, Page 104, Fig 64
An underglaze coloured watch stand in the form of a long case clock, decorated in relief with small groups of classical figures, coloured in yellow, puce, red, green and blue. The central figure is framed in a border of stiff leaves painted in shades of green an red. The tall clock is flanked by the figures of children wearing red drapery. The figures each side of the clock lean on raised pedestals. The flat rectangular base plate is sponged in red and brown. Interestingly there are two pierced holes from manufacture to the front of the base, it is thought that their intention was to enable the piece to be fixed with screws to the top of a mantle shelf.
Send Enquiry forA Rare Alpha Figure of Boys Nesting
An unusual figure of an organ with a black and white dog lying beneath it surmounted by shells and an angel forming a stoop or a watch holder.Please note that stock no: is a similar and matching figure.
A figure of Gin and Water. A double sided figure of a man standing on a titled circular gilt lined base with black indented capitals, one side depicting a drunkard in torn shabby clothes the other a well-dressed gentleman holding a full moneybag. This figure is quite common but difficult to find in good condition. It was reproduced by the Kent factory from 1890, this example was made c1850’s.
Send Enquiry forA very fine miniature pastoral couple by Thomas Parr
A fine well coloured equestrian pair of figures. Boy and girl musicians on horseback. He is holding a set of bagpipes in both hands, wearing a glued hat, scar, tunic, kilt and sporran. To the right she can be seen with her left arm raised to her head holding a tambourine, her right arm on her chest, wearing a bodice, scarf and skirt.