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Staffordshire
General Figures

19th century Staffordshire figure of a Sailor standing beside a capstan underglazed blue coat. no. damage. 7.5" high. c.1850.(see further photographs in Portrait and Royalty gallery) Ref. 3225 - £110
19th century Staffordshire figure titled UNCLE TOM AND EVA. no damage. 8" high. c.1860. Ref. 3227 - £120
19th century Staffordshire figure titled DICK TURPIN. circa 1860. no damage. 9.5" high, he is seated on a piebald horse. Pugh. G470(see further photographs in Portrait and Royalty gallery). Ref. 3229 - £115
19th century Staffordshire of a Harvester holding a scythe in his right hand and a sheaf of corn . underglazed blue coat. 11.5" high. no damage or restoration. Ref. 3177 - £135
19th century Staffordshire figure of a Huntsman and Bird with a red and white dog at his side, gun in his left hand, good colour, neck of bird repaired. circa 1855-60. 13.5" high. Base 4.5" x 3.5".(see further photographs in dogs gallery)Ref. 3178 - £195
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures of boy and girl beside a dog and sheep. circa 1855. 7.5" high. repair to boys hat and hand.missing bowl .(see further photographs in dogs gallery) Ref. 3195 - £175
Pair of small Porcellanous theatrical figures on circular gilt lined bases. firing to boy with dog (see photograph) 5" high. circa 1840. Ref. 3141 - £125 pair
19TH century Staffordshire group of Princess seated on back of oversized black and white spaniel, she holds a flag in her right hand with a bird on her shoulder. circa 1855. 12" high. repairs to top of flag also repair to bird.(see further photographs in portrait gallery)Ref. 3112 - £275
19thc. Staffordshire figure titled COBDEN by Alpha Factory. 7.25" high. no damage. circa 1845. Pugh's: Page B183, fig. 6. Seated bare headed in frock coat, waistcoat and trousers his right hand rests on his knee and grapes on scroll.  There is a cornocopia (sybol of plenty) against his right leg.  English Economist and Politician known as the Apostle of Free Trade.(see further photographs in portrait gallery)Ref. 3085 - £195
Superb Pair 19th century porcellanous staffordshire of Musicians. circa 1845. no damage. 7" high. Base 3". - Ref. 3028 - £195 pair
19th century Staffordshire Spill vase group of Girl with Sheep. 9" high. Base 5" x 2.5". no damage. circa 1860. Ref. 3060 - £130
Rare 19th century Staffordshire Royal Coat of Arms with Lion and Unicorn supporters and central clock dial. 9.5". circa 1850. no damage. Ref. 3071 - £350
Rare 19th century Staffordshire figure of a baby in cradle, possibly Princess Royal with Guardian Angel. 7" high. no damage. circa 1850. Ref. 3072 - £265
Rare 19th century Staffordshire Spill vase group of Giraffe with Keeper, very tiny repair on hind leg of giraffe, otherwise excellent condition. 9.5" high. Green Factory. Pugh's - Fig. 44 Page 1524, Plate 18.9(see photographs in Animal Gallery)Ref. 2998 - £480

19th century Staffordshire of Girl leaning on rabbit hutch surrounded by rabbits, sieved clay. circa

1845 -50. 4.5"high. Base 4.25" x 3.75". touch up to her hair. circa 1845.(see further photographs in animals gallery) Ref. 2999 - £145

2 off 19th century Staffordshire spill vases of children stealing a bird's nest. 12" high. both have restoration to birds in tree. circa 1860. Ref. 2996 - £120 each.
Superb large 19th century Staffordshire group of Scotsman playing bagpipes. circa 1855. 15" high. No damage. Ref. 2971 - £195
19th century Staffordshire group of a Huntsman with Leopard. circa 1860. 11.5" high. repair to front lower and rear leg, neck also repaired. Ref. 2925 - £175
2 single 19th century Staffordshire spill vases of children with rabbits. circa 1860. both figures with porfessional repairs to top of spills. 11" high. Ref. 2935 - £260 each
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures titled LOUIS NAPOLEON and EMPRESS OF FRANCE. 10.25" Louis and 9.5" high Empress. some flaking to black paint. no damage to either figure. circa 1860. Ref. 2962 - £295 pair
Very unusual pair 19th century porcelain Staffordshire Inkwells of one man holding a cat's tail with a mouse in his other hand and the other reading a book, both have removable hats seated on raised table bases. 5" high, Base 2.5" diameter. some professional restoration.(see further photographs in animals/Masons gallery) Ref. 2892 - £360 pair
Very colourful 19th century Staffordshire of a girl seated on a barrel with a red and white dog to her side. circa 1850, neck repaired.Dudson Pottery. Height 9". Ref. 2897 - £125
Wonderful looking pair 19th century Staffordshire of a Man and Womnan with children, both holding baskets of fruit. Condition: Man - repair to bird in hand. Woman - neck repaired on both woman and child plus plume of hat. 14.5" high. circa 1850. Ref. 2885 - £325 pair
19th century Staffordshire group of a Huntsman above a stag and dog. 11" high. repair to front leg of horse. circa 1850.(see further photographs in animal's gallery) Ref. 2879 - £225
Superb well moulded 19th century Staffordshire of Girl with an oversized black and white Setter with a sheep below her feet, in the centre is a styalized spill vase. 12" high. circa 1855 (see further photographs in Dogs gallery).Ref. 2830 - £265
19th century staffordshire figure titled TOM KING circa 1860 no damage, firing fault on base over glazed. 10" high. (see further photographs in animal gallery)Ref. 2804 - £125
19th century Stafordshire of a Woman and Child both in prayer. circa 1845. 8" high. possibly by Thomas Parr. Base 5.25" x 3.5". neck of woman repaired.(see further photographs in religious gallery)Ref. 2801 - £145
19th century Staffordshire of a boy in kilt standing beside a kennel holding 2 black and white King Charles Spaniels. 8.5" high. neck of boy repaired. Ref. 2780 - £150
19th century Staffordshire Porcellanous figure of a Boy with Poodle. repair to his arm. circa 1835-40. 3.5" high. Ref 2772 - £175
19th century Staffordshire figure of a boy and girl beside kennel with rabbit at their feet, the boy wears a sailors outfit and has a black and white dog beside him. circa 1850. 10" high. No damage. Ref. 2781 - £175
19th century Staffordshire of Girl and Boy, she sits on an oversized Red and White Dog, circa 1850. 7" high neck of boy repaired. circa 1850. Ref. 2777 - £165

Very large 19th centuryt Staffordshire spill vase titled DOG TRAY, good colour and moulding, couple of nibbles to base.  See fig. 1122 Page 306 Hardings 13" high. .  Ref. 2782 - £195

a Poem published in 1836 by Thomas Campbell entitled The Harper also a song written and composed by the American Stephen Foster

(Old Dog's Tray ever faithfull

Grief cannot drive him away,

He's gentle, he is kind

I'll never find

A better friend than Old Dog Tray

Unusual Pair of 19th century Staffordshire quill holders modelled as a Farmer and His wife leaning on a gate and watching Rabbits at play. 4" high. no damage. circa 1850.(further photographs in Animals gallery)Ref. 2751 - £265 pair
Unusual 19th century Staffordshire porcellanous group of a young boy dressed in Sailor's uniform, a goat stands beside him, standing on a raised base with sieved clay.  No damage. 5" high. 3.5" x 2.5" base.(see further photographs in Bocage gallery) Ref. 2742 - £160
19th century Staffordshire porcellanous group of Newfounderland being ridden by a small boy with striped trousers and green jacket, standing on a white and gilt rectangular mounded base with rounded corners. 4" long 3" high.  See Page 92. Colour Plate D.Rice book, Dog's in English Porcelain. (very small repair to dogs tail). circa 1835 (see further photographs in bocage gallery)( Ref. 2746 - £245
Pair of 19th century Staffordshire very colourful figures of children riding on the backs of Stags, possibly the royal children. circa 1850. 7" high, small repair to chips, some minor loss of enamel.(see further photographs in animals gallery)Ref. 2658 - £195 pair
19th century Staffordshire figure of CHRIST. circa 1850. 9" high. repair to his arm. Ref. 2566 - £175
19th century Staffordshire figure of a Dog protecting a girl from an Eagle. repair to one of eagles wings and foot of dog repaired. 8" high. circa 1855. Ref. 2559 - £145
Large 19th century Staffordshire group of a Man and Woman Hurdy Gurdy player. 11" high. circa 1860. no damage. Ref. 2541 - £175
19th century staffordshire group titled WELSH SHEPHERDS, repair to one branch. 14" high. circa 1850. Ref. 255 7 - £225
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures of children on back of Zebras, Thomas Parr colours, circa 1850. repair to ear of Left Hand Zebra also hind leg repaired. 6.75" high (further photographs in animals gallery) . Ref. 2529 - £225
19th century Staffordshire CIRCUS group of bare back riders. circa 1850. small repair to base of front leg of pony. 9" high. Base 4.75" x 3". Ref. 2547 - £225
19th century Staffordshire group of a couple under umbrella. repair to chip on umbrella. circa 1845 - Ref. 2488 - £95
19th century Staffordshire titled L. BYRON, Alpha Factory. circa 1850. 7.5" high. Fig. 17. Plate 7 Page H492. repair to neck. . Ref. 2478 - £180
Rare 19th century Staffordshire figure titled DEATH OF NELSON. 8" high. circa 1850. Fig 8 Plate 24. Page C225 Pugh's. repair to right hand. Ref. 2476 - £465
19th century Staffordshire titled DEATH OF NELSON 9" high. circa 1850. good colours. repair to hat on right hand officer.(fig. 33 Page C226 - Pugh's) Ref. 2481 - £155
19th century Staffordshire of gardener with a child in his arms, right arm resting on a pillarwith a rake and spade leaning against pillar. 11" high. circa 1860. Ref. 2461 - £120
19th century Staffordshire figure of a gardener, he stands wearing a tricorn hat, long coat and breeches. girl holds an apple in her hand. stress crack on spade.neck repaired. 9.25" high. Plate 25. fig. 62. Page I532 Pughs. Ref. 2459 - £130
19th century Staffordshire portrait group of Androcles or Lorenzo the Lion Tamer, the seated figure beside a seated lion that is offering a paw on an oval gilt lined based. 8". some firing to base. circa 1855. Ref. 2479 - £165
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures of a Man and Woman, she has a rabbit sticking out of her basket, he has a gun in his hand, swans to their feet. 10" high. no damage but flaking to green paint.(further photographs are available in the Animals gallery) Ref. 2441 - £165 Pair
19th century Staffordshire figure of Albert and Napoleon. circa 1855 (Crimean War). 9.25" high. no damage.(further photographs in Military Gallery)Ref. 2431 - £165
Very colourful 19th century staffordshire figure of a gentleman carrying a pannier of fruit and vegetables. 9.75" high. no damage. Ref. 2403 - £120
Early 19th century Pearlware figure of Flower Girl. 4.5" high. Base 2.75" x 2". condition good some repair to flowers in basket. Literature: Goodacre collection page 82. Fig. 79. circa 1820.(see further photographs in early staffordshire figures gallery) Ref. 2377 - £195
Large very colourful 19th century Staffordshire spill vase of children with a black and white dog above 2 Lambs. circa 1850-60. No damage. 14" high.(see further photographs in animals gallery) Ref. 2410 - £195
19th century Staffordshire of a little girl standing beside an oversized dog. circa 1850. 7.25" high. Ref. 2381 - £145 (further photographs in children with dogs gallery)
19th century Staffordshire figure titled UNCLE TOM AND EVA. circa 1860. 8.5" high. 4.3/4" x 3" base, no damage. Ref. 2283 - £150
Early 19th century Staffordshire Spill Vase, Ralph Wood type, circa 1825, pearlware of a Boy with Owl and Parrot in tree. Unusual to have Parrot. 11" high. repairs left hand, finger on right, wing of parrot restuck. Ref. 2270 - £295
19th century Staffordshire group titled P. ALFRED.(Prince Alfred) Queen Victoria's eldest son who died at an early age. circa 1845. 8.5" high. neck repaired. Ref. 2232 - £145
19th century Staffordshire Military Group of Napoleon III and Albert. circa 1855. very good colours. small glazing hairline on reverse 1" long. 13.5" high. Ref. 2226 - £295
Lovely Pair 19th century Staffordshire Royal Children on Shetland Ponies, Kent and Parr pottery. circa 1860. repair to fingers of left hand group (Prince) and also hole in base of same figure. 9" high. Ref. 2237 -£345 pair
Superb Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures of Mr. Pickwick and Sam Weller by the DUDSON pottery. circa 1835.  Page 44 Fig. 60 Dudson Book. 8" high. repair to leg of Samweller and finger of Mr. Pickwick. Ref. 2239 - £425 Pair
19th century Porcellanous Staffordshire of ROBINSON CRUSOE. Height 6", circa 1845. Pugh's: Page E448, fig. 302. Barrel of gun repaired. Ref. 2196 - £225
Very unusual 19th century Staffordshire figure of a girl standing beside a red and white cow. circa 1850. No damage. 5.25" high. Ref. 2039 - £155
19th century Staffordshire group of Uncle Tom and Eva, circa 1855. titled UNCLE TOM, small chip on reverse of base repaired. 11" high. Ref. 90 - £195
19th century group of Dandies, bocage repaired. 6.5" high. umbrella repaired. Ref. 97 - £140
Rare pair of Colston Boy, Bristol and Red Maid. Sold Separately. Colston Boy is perfect - SOLD Red Maid has neck repaired and chip on bonnet rfepaired. - £150. circa 1880. both 5.5" high. Ref. 103
19th century Staffordshire Pearlware Staffordshire figure on square base of Reading Maid. circa 1825. repair to hands, rust coloured dress. 6.75" high. Base 3.5" x 2.5". Ref. 121 - £245
Pair of Thomas Parr figures of a Chinaman and Woman, possibly theatrical, circa 1850, coloured all over on circular bases. mans neck repaired.9" high.Ref. 294 - £175 Pair
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures of children as Holly Gatherers, no damage, circa 1850, coloured all over possibly by Thomas Parr. 12" high. Ref. 239 - £195
Superb quality Green Factory group of Shepherd standing with black and white dog to his feet and also sheep, he is holding a crook. 10" high. circa 1860 - Ref. 322 - £295
19th century Staffordshire boxing group titled HEENAN AND SAYERS. circa 1850. 9" high. neck repaired on one boxer. Ref. 339 - £475
Very unusual Theatrical group of a man and woman, they have underglazed blue coats, well moulded. circa 1850. 11" high. No restoration, some glazing imperfection to bottom. Ref. 332 - £ 225
Very well moulded 19th century Staffordshire porcellanous figures of girl and boy, she holds a basket of flowers, he wears a cloak, possibly theatrical. 4.5" high. 1.75" diameter of base. tiny chip on base of boy repaired. circa 1840. Ref. 359 - £185 pair
Very large 19th century Staffordshire figure titled BAND OF HOPE. circa 1860. glazing hairline on front of figure and repair to her face. 15" high. Temperance Society. Ref. 368 - £195
19th century Staffordshire Spill Vase of 2 boys and a dog. the boys are playing marbles. Green Factory. circa 1860. 7.5" high. very small repair to end of branch. Ref. 370 - £140
19th century Porcellanous Staffordshire figure of sleeping box with dog at his feet. circa 1840. small repair to boy's hat. Ref. 406 - £195
Unusual 19th century Staffordshire spill vase group of Girl with a large dog plus two puppies one coming out of a kennel. circa 1850. very good moulding. Perfect condition. 9" high. Ref. 411 - £175
Unusual very colourful group of Tam O Shanter. circa 1850. repair to neck of right hand figure. 7.5" high. impressed chair leg on reverse, very good moulding. Ref. 416 - £145
Very large, colourful 19th century Staffordshire figure of Scottish Huntsman playing bagpipes. circa 1850. 15" high. blemish in the glaze on the reverse about 2" across done at time of firing. Ref. 417 - £195
Large 19th century Staffordshire Spill Vase depicting 2 lovers being watched by a boy in the tree. circa 1860. repair to man's neck. 12.5" high. Ref. 446 - £145
Rare Theatrical Group of children dressed as PIRATES circa 1860. Green Factory. 11.5". repair to shield.PUGH'S Fig. 28 Page I522 Catalogued as Rare. Ref. 475 - £245
Pair of 19th century Staffordshire Flatback figures modelled with Goats and Children, possibly Prince and Princess, coloured in enamels. 12" high. Glaze hairline on reverse of Right Hand figure. - Ref. 570 - £295 Pair
19th century Staffordshire Watchholder. KENT & PARR pottery. circa 1860. Lovely Moulding. 14" high. Cup in girls hand repaired. Ref. 709 - £195
Unusual 19th century Staffordshire Group of 3 Children Playing. Possibly Theatrical. c.1850. Repair to end of hand on left hand girl and very small old chip to end of figure of girl being lifted. 10" high. Good Colours.Ref. 714 - £165
19th century Continental Figure by Passau of a Street Entertainer with Bear. Rope in right hand broken going down to bear. chip on hat repaired.. 7" High. - Ref. 756 - £135
19th century Staffordshire figure titled WELSH SHEPHERDS. Very small repair to one of the branches.Good Colour.13.5" High. Ref. 880 - £250
19th century Staffordshire Theatrical Group. 14" High. Good decorative piece. Perfect Condition. c.1850. Ref. 881 - £120
19th century Thomas Parr Group of a Man and a Woman. Small chip repaired on his hat. c.1850. Ref. 884 - £140
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures on rococco bases of Musicians. c.1850. Arm Restuck on Male. 7.5" for her and 8" for Him. Ref. 886 - £140 Pair
Pair 19th century Staffordshire figures manufactured by Thomas Parr. c.1845-50 of Boy with accordion and Monkey and girl with tamborine. Neck of girl repaired otherwise perfect. 7.5" high. Ref. 1044 - £295 Pair
Early 19th century Pearlware Watchstand. c.1820. 15" high. Some restoration on back. small chip to front. Ref. 1065 - £575
Click on image to view larger pictures on the picture page 2 Theatrical figures, square based of John Liston as Paul Pry. 6" high. c.1825. some repairs. Brown Jacket
Ref. 1479a £145
Green Jacket
Ref. 1479b -SOLD

Click on image to view larger pictures on the picture page Pair Porcellanous Theatrical Tyroleon Figures of a Male and Female. c.1845. 6.5". minor restoration
Ref. 1478 -£175 PAIR
Click on image to view larger pictures on the picture page Pearlware figure of girl with cornocopia vase. 8" high. repair to spill. c.1840
Ref. 1472 145
Click on image to view larger pictures on the picture page Wonderful quality Continental Porcelaine figure of a Gentleman. Perfect Condition. Spurious Derby mark to the base. c.1870. 6.52 high.
Ref. 552 - £195
Click on image to view larger pictures on the picture page Obidiah Sherratt group THE READING MAID. c.1820. original bocage, one piece restuck. 11" high.
Ref. 570 - £495

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