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.
A lovely rare Crimea war group figure of an English sailor and girl standing on a rectangular base with canted corners, the sailor with his left hand raised above his head holding a flag, his right around the girl’s shoulder, wearing a hat, jacket, shirt and trousers , the girl with her right arm to her side holding a basket with fish, her left arm around his shoulder, wearing a plumed bonnet, laced bodice and skirt, a sash around her waist. Made c1856, it could possibly represent “The sailors farewell” or “Return”. This figure is in perfect condition with no damage, repairs or restoration.
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 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.