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Three various Staffordshire pottery figures and a Staffordshire pottery model of a sheep

VARIOUS DATES, MOSTLY CIRCA 1830-40

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Three various Staffordshire pottery figures and a Staffordshire pottery model of a sheep
VARIOUS DATES, MOSTLY CIRCA 1830-40
The first figure modelled as a cherub standing wearing a draped robe and a floral garland in his hair, he carries a bird in one hand and a bunch of flowers in the other, on a raised mound base with applied flowers (restored, chipping to flowers); the second modelled as a girl in white wearing a wide-brimmed hat and white dress enriched in gilt, she carries a bird and stands on a raised mound base; the third, of miniature size, modelled as a child standing naked holding a swag supporting flowers on a green ground and square plinth; the fourth modelled as a sheep looking to the left standing before a tree, decorated with applied sprigging in white (minor damages and chipping generally)
The first 5 in. (12.7 cm.) high (4)
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