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Dante’s Beatrice, Marble & Alabaster Portrait Bust
Date/Period: Circa 1895-1910 - SOLD


Dante’s Beatrice, Marble & Alabaster Portrait Bust, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 10.25"; width: 10.5"; depth: 5.25"

Material: Marble & Alabaster

Condition: Very good antique condition, crack to right proper rear of base

Additional Information: A finely and sensitively carved bust depicting Beatrice’s
serene angelic expression

SOLD

1079-26




Molded & Paint Decorated Chalkware Fireman Figure, Rare Form
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Molded & Paint Decorated Chalkware Fireman Figure, Rare Form, entire view

Measurement: Height: 14.25-inches

Material: Chalkware, polychrome

Condition: A repaired crack runs from right hip to left knee; also, some base
repair…nonetheless, very attractive, wonderful, and rare.

Additional Information: One of the few extant figures, full bodied thin hollow casting of
a fireman…with facial details including spectacular handlebar mustache; wearing black
helmet with red badge, red jacket; white breeches and red-cuffed black boots. The
fireman leans on his trumpet resting on hydrant…the flaring molded trapezoidal base is
nicely detailed and trimmed in green.

SOLD

339-17




Staffordshire Figure, Fat Sailor, Happy Sailor, Jack Tar, 12”
England, Circa 1850
See Harding, Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875, Book One; p. 241, fig. 848 - SOLD


Antique Staffordshire Jack Tar/Happy Sailor, English, Circa 1850, angle view

110-802 - SOLD




Staffordshire Figure Benjamin Franklin, Erroneously Labeled by Factory
On gilt lined circular base, identified as General Washington
19th Century - SOLD


Antique Staffordshire Benjamin Franklin Figure, Erroneously Labeled Washington, angle view

See Harding, Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875, Book 1, page 61.
(Original condition; H: 15”)

1121-28 - SOLD




Staffordshire Bust
George Washington - SOLD


Staffordshire Bust George Washington, entire view
Dimensions: 8" H.
230-1 - SOLD



Staffordshire, Ben Franklin Figure, Erroneously Identified as Washington
Circa 1860
Multi-color underglaze blue decorated in-the-round, gilt title line - SOLD


Antique Staffordshire Figure, Ben Franklin Labeled as Washington, Circa 1860, angle view

See Harding, Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875, Book 1, page 137, fig. 342.
(Restored; H: 14.5”)

1121-29 - SOLD




Redware Dog
Pennsylvania
Circa 1850-1860 - SOLD


Redware Dog
Pennsylvania
Circa 1850-1860, entire view

Molded and slab redware recumbent dog; base decorated with band of impressed crosses conforming to the perimeter. Decorated manganese slip on orangey body. Repair to neck and base. (Height: 3.25 inches; length: 6.125 inches; width: 2.5 inches.)

497-34 - SOLD




Polychrome Staffordshire Hen on Nest - SOLD


Polychrome Staffordshire Hen on Nest, entire view

An overglaze polychrome enamel Staffordshire hen on nest with a glazed interior. The hen remains in excellent condition, with no marks. Measures 8-inches in length and 6.5-inches in height.

231-10 - SOLD





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