1 - 2 September 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF STAFFORDSHIRE AND CONTINENTAL CERAMIC FIGURES,
19TH 20TH CENTURY
the Staffordshire comprising figures of John Wesley, Tam O'Shanter, and Souter Johnny, an inkwell in the form of a sleeping man, and a spill vase in the form of a sheep; the continental figures comprising a man with a sabre and cannon, a hunter with a rifle, a girl carrying a basket on her head, a seated girl, a standing girl, a boy with a water-skin, a girl carrying a cat, a woman selling fish, a male rider, a female rider, a man with child and dog, a man with a sack, a woman carrying a basket, a sheep, and the Madonna and Child on a donkey
The figure of Tam O'Shanter 7.5in. (19cm.) high (20)
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