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Staffordshire Pottery Pearlware Figure of a Standing Stag, circa 1820
An exceptionally rare pottery pearlware figure of a stag with colorful bocage. The bocage type is probably unique to this figure and is one of the rarest forms. Retains the label of dealer Jonathan Horne London. Dimensions: 6.00 inch wide 8.00 inch high 3.25 inch deep Medium: pottery pearlware bocage ceramic earthenware Current condition antlers or ears and two leaves restored. Provenance: With Jonathan Horne Kensington Church St London, and then private Collection London, England Literature: page 80 Volume 3 ,Staffordshire figures 1780-1840 ;author Myrna Schkolne illustrates this figure which maybe unique.
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