London, South Kensington
15 March 2001
A figure of William Shakespeare
wearing a cloak, doublet and breeches, standing cross-legged, leaning on a pedestal within an archway, sparsely coloured and gilt, on a titled base, circa 1860 (damages) -- 35.5cm. high
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Cf. A. & N. Harding, Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875, Vol. 1 (1998), p. 130, fig. 325.
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