London, South Kensington
14 June 2001
A pair of Staffordshire pottery equestrian figures of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra
Lancaster & Sons, he wearing cocked hat and military uniform, she a bowler hat, tight bodice and knee-length skirt, both modelled turned in saddle, on shaped oval gilt titled bases, circa 1901 (he with small crack, light rubbing to gilding) -- 31cm. high
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Cf. P.D. Gordon Pugh, Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era (1970), p. A166, figs 240 and 241.
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