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 Couple of Actors under an Umbrella
A rare group figure of dancing actors under an umbrella. A man and woman stand on a circular gilt lined base with an umbrella above, her hand holds his, she is wearing a low cut full length dress, he standing behind with his right hand holding the umbrella, his left hand holding hers, wearing a plumbed hat, cloak, doublet, and stockings, it would appear they are dancing. In excellent condition.
A good early pearlware figure of a Chimney sweep c1820. Here a young man stands with a flat cap in dirty cloths with his arms crossed as if to keep warm, wearing overcoat, baggy shirt and trousers, a bag of soot to his side and brush at his feet. This figure was first manufactured to represent winter and was adapted to portray several different subjects. Examples with marks to the base “5”, “6” or “74” have been attributed to Ralph Wood.
Send Enquiry forA Delightful Pearlware Figure of a Lady Gardener
A good early pearlware figure of a lady gardener with original bocage. Although unmarked, this figure could possibly be attributed to Salt. Good provenance; Oliver Sutton label to the underside. In very good condition.
Send Enquiry forA Delightful Pearlware Figure of The Tithe Pig Group
Reference: Myrna Schkolne, Holding the Past, Page 309, possible pair to Fig 316 far right.
A good early pearlware figure of Putti standing with a basket of flowers, lead glazed earthenware with enamel decoration, probably made by Enoch Wood c. 1820. Just the most cutest face you will ever see.
Send Enquiry forA Dudson miniature pair of an old Couple