London, South Kensington
28 March 2002
An equestrian figure of the Prince of Wales
wearing a plumed hat and a tunic with tartan sash, modelled seated in the saddle turned to the right, on grassy mound above a shaped oval gilt-line base, circa 1845 -- (minor damages) 23cm. high; and an equestrian figure of Victoria, modelled seated in the saddle to the right, wearing a top hat draped with a scarf and riding habit, on shaped oval gilt-line base, circa 1845 (minor damages) -- 20cm. high
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Cf. P.D. Gordon Pugh, Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era (1970), p. A149, figs. 160 and 99.
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