6 - 7 February 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF ENGLISH EARTHENWARE FIGURE GROUPS AND SPILL VASES,
LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY,
a pair of figures emblematic of 'Summer', a figure emblematic of 'Spring', two figures emblematic of 'Fall', Will Watch (named), a figure of a bagpiper, a gardener and companion, zebra, a vintner with a basket grapes, a young girl emblematic of 'Summer' and 'Fall', a recumbent sheep; together with a pearlware figure of a gardener's companion, circa 1820, a Staffordshire triple spill vase as a dairy maid seated before a tree, a spill vase as grotto, another with Little Bo Peep, a group of two women, possibly Portobello
The 'Will Watch' model 15½in. (39.2cm.) high (18)
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