On gilt lined circular base, identified as Washington
19th Century - SOLD
(See Harding, Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875, Book 1, page 61.)
492-65 - SOLD
Mid-19th Century With great attitude, finely molded and mounted on a base made for the spaniel rather than the usual inverted "vegetable tureen" base...
The seated stoneware spaniel stands approximately 11.5-inches and has a Rockingham glaze. The dog is seated on a rectangular base with embossed foliate decoration; serpentine front and back. The piece remains in excellent original condition. (Height: 11.5 inches; Width: 9.5 inches; Depth: 6.5 inches.)
Dimensions: 8-inches high.
Staffordshire Hen on Nest Egg Warmer
Approximately 7 ½-inches h x approximately 10-inches l. Well molded hen on basket, overglaze enameling on hen and nest, interior glazed, no chips or cracks, some wear to edges of enameling on nest.
With Sand Finish
These poodles are mold pressed, with bright gold gilding, orange luster on snouts and over and underglaze enameling. The firing hole can be found on the bottom. They have a nice tight crackle with no chips or cracks. Both poodles stand at 9.5-inches in height.
Rare Porcelain Suffragette Figure - SOLD
Caricature of "Suffragette" as a black woman in corset and pantaloons, brandishing a club.
Dimensions: 5.5-inches high.
232-162 - SOLD
Circa 1800 - SOLD
Staffordshire figure of lamb; earthenware; mold pressed; yellow, brown, green glazes; restoration to base. (3.5-inches H by 4-inches L.)
510-76 - SOLD
Uncle Tom & Eva - SOLD
Dimensions: 8.25-inches high.
230-3 - SOLD
If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynn Morin at email@example.com