London, South Kensington
11 October 2002
A Bow white figure of a vintner
Possibly emblematic of Autumn, from a set of the Seasons, modelled wearing a tricorn hat, open shirt and breeches, with a staff over his shoulder, fruit in his other hand, on a rectangular tree stump base moulded with fruiting vines (the staff reduced, some chips to brim of hat, the ties to his breeches and two chips to base)
6 in. (15.2 cm.) high
Paper label for W. Pease & Sons, Nottingham, purchased April 1940.
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A similar figure, from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evan, Boxted House, Essex was sold Christie's South Kensington, 3 October 2001, lot 145.
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Please note this figure has been reattributed to Longton Hall
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