Wonderful pair of antique Staffordshire reclining sheep, c. 1850. They have very expressive faces. Each measure 2.75" high and 3.25" long. There are no chips and one sheep has a deep hairline on the front. There is overall crazing. Very rare to find a pair!
Wonderful antique Staffordshire figurine of a woman and a man with and English Setter dog and the woman is holding a sheep. The man has a hat and is holding an instrument. The large figurine is a pocket watch holder with a slot for a pocket watch. The figurine measures 12" high and 8" wide. There are several hairline cracks and one little knick on the man's beret. Still, in excellent condition for dating to 1850's!
Large Antique Staffordshire figurine of 2 girls, one on a horse and the other standing by. It is quite large measuring 13.5" high and about 10" wide. This was purchased in England believing it was an original dating to 1840's, but now not so sure. There are no chips or cracks, but there is overall crazing. The sides do have seam marks which figurines made in the 1840's have seam marks and most reproductions do not have seam marks. The colors are accurate to 1840's, but ...click for details
Staffordshire flatback figurine, c. 1850. This charming figurine is of two musicians, a male holding a flute and a female holding a tramboline. It measures 5 1/4" high and 3" wide. It is in excellent condition with only minor crazing and a nip to the male's nose.