One modelled as a cow with black-spotted ochre markings, a man in a blue coat and ochre breeches, with a dog at his feet, on a blue, black and ochre oval base; the other a black spotted cow with a lady in an ochre apron and a calf at her feet, the first cow with restored ear and horn, back cracked and the second with base and one ear restored
6¼in. (15.9cm.) wide (2)
See John and Griselda Lewis, Prattware, Woodbridge, 1984, pp.82 through 93 for pieces with similar components and a discussion on the possible attribution of these to the pottery that used the impressed crown mark.