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A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE MODEL OF 'CUP LADY'
A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE MODEL OF 'CUP LADY'

CIRCA 1830

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A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE MODEL OF 'CUP LADY'
Circa 1830
Of Sherratt-type, the red bovine modelled standing before a flowering tree, on a waisted oval base, named below, flanked by moulded scrolls
8½in. (21.6cm.) high
Provenance
With Oliver-Sutton Antiques, London

Lot Essay

See Oliver, p. 35, fig. 40, for a similar model of an unidentified cow; and a note from the author which reads 'For many years in the late 18th and early 19th centuries an old woman known as The Cup Lady sold milk fresh from a cow in London's Green Park (The Ritz overlooks same).'
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