Reference: Harding Book 1, page 241, fig 850 & Griselda Lewis book, A Colletor’s History of English Pottery, page 219
A fantastic true pair brought together for the first time of a sailor standing in a boat upon the ocean, his right hand steadying himself on the prow of his boat while he waves a scarf with his other hand, to his right is a barrel and flag. The companion figure is of a lady holding a child in her arms and is the mirror image of the sailor. Both in perfect condition!!
A good and well coloured model of what is probably an army officer on horseback spearing a leopard which emerges from the undergrowth beneath.The Rider has bare feet which is somewhat mysterious. No pair to this figure is recorded.