London, South Kensington
12 September 2006
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN TERRACOTTA BUSTS OF MILTON AND SHAKESPEARE
BY J.M.BLASHFIELD, DATED 1861
Inscribed to the reverse 'PUBLISHED BY J. M. BLASHFIELD, APRIL 1861'
18in. (45.7cm.) high (2)
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John Marriott Blashfield had a manufactory in Millwall, Poplar, with a sales outlet at No.1 Praed Street, Paddington, but moved to Stamford, Lincolnshire, in 1859.
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