21 January 2011
A LEEDS PEARLWARE MODEL OF A STALLION
The animal standing with its head to the right wearing a halter, the lead line lying across its back, on a canted rectangular base, the top green within a molded wreath border and glazed in claret, the sides molded with stiff-leaf tips similarly decorated
16¾ in. (42.5 cm.) high; 14¾ in. (37.3 cm.) long overall
With Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge Incorporated, New York, 1987.
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The present lot is an example of the more-often found larger size of pearlware stallion produced at the Leeds pottery with variantly decorated coats and bases. For a discussion of the model, see the footnote to the preceding lot.
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