14 June 2001,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 822
GBP 400 - GBP 600
A pair of Staffordshire equestrian figures of General Sir Colin Campbell and General Sir Henry Havelock
Campbell wearing long coat and trousers, modelled holding a bonnet in his right hand, Havelock wearing sun-curtain, long jacket and trousers, both seated, well coloured, on shaped oval gilt titled bases, circa 1857 (small chip to ear of Campbell's horse, Havelock with small crack and small chips) -- 27cm. and 28cm. high
See illustration (2)
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Cf. P.D. Gordon Pugh, Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era (1970), p. C289, figs 147 and 264.
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Please note that Campbell is restored.
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