A fine standing figure of Prince Alfred, here he stands on a titled gilt lined base with raised capitals “P. Alfred” His right arm is leaning on a roped bollard while in his hand he holds a straw hat. A perfect example of a white and gilt figure showing the modellers art to its maximum, the detail is so sharp and will defined, stunning.
Send Enquiry forA Crimean figure of a sailor’s lass
Reference: Harding Book 3, Page 72, Figs a860A / a860B
A pair of figures of two sailors standing beside barrels both holding mugs. The man on the left wearing a cap, shirt, neckerchief and breeches; the man on the right wearing a brimmed hat, shirt, neckerchief and trousers.
Send Enquiry forA rare group figure of a Soldier & Girl
A very rare Victorian Staffordshire figure group of a soldier and girl, he is standing holding a scroll in his right hand and his girls arm in his left hand, wearing a plumed hat, tunic with epaulettes and trousers, the girl wearing a feathered hat, a full-length coat over her dress, all on a rococo shaped base with gilt decoration. They appear to be possibly dancing and could therefore represent a theatrical pair as opposed to military. The source for the figure has yet to be discovered.
A lovely figure of an English sailor and French soldier standing on a round gilt lined base. The sailor is standing with his left hand raised holding a flag, his right arm resting on his hip, wearing a boater, jacket, neckerchief, shirt and trousers, an anchor is by his right leg. To the other side of the figure stands a French soldier with his right hand raised holding a flag, his left hand resting on his hip, wearing a hat, tunic with epaulettes and trousers, a sash across his chest, a pile of cannonballs by his left leg.
A figure of a standing sailor on a gilt lined circular base, wearing a head scarf, neckerchief, waistcoat, jacket and trousers. He is holding a mug in his left hand and leans against a coopered barrel.
Send Enquiry forA Very Rare Group Figure of Couple by Gravestone
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 standing sailor on circular base, wearing a hat, striped shirt, neckerchief, trousers and long boots. He has what looks like a boat’s rudder resting on his left shoulder with a fishing net draped over the rest, in his right hand he holds a drinking vessel. We have never seen this figure before and can not find a reference in any book.
A lovely figure of an English sailor standing on a titled base with raised capitals “Britains Glory”. The sailor is standing cross-legged, his right hand resting on his hip, his left arm leaning on a cannon, wearing a boater, neckerchief, shirt and trousers, a belt around his waist.