The fox with flattened ears and loosely painted collar of grapes and their foliage. Some areas of slight rubbing, otherwise no breaks, and in good condition. A later 19th c. example. 4 3/4 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide.
Streamlined and gilt in new gold. Spaniels of a late 19th century vintage, with red down turned mouths, common on dogs of this period. Circa 1880-90. 12 1/2 inches high. Good condition with normal gilt wear.
A charming little teapot with a reclining dog finial. Slight hairline crack extending from rim ( see photo ). Impressed Wedgwood mark and the numeral 66. Late 18th/19th c. 9 inches spout to handle, and 5 inches high.