Three Staffordshire figures 19th century
Lot 432
Three Staffordshire figures 19th century
Sold for £50 (US$ 84) inc. premium
Lot Details
Three Staffordshire figures
19th century
One a pearlware figure modelled as Neptune standing upon a sea monster on a square plinth base, 24.5cm high, one modelled as a bearded military man holding a sword, 21cm high, and one a Walton figure group entitled 'Songsters' depicting a boy and a girl playing instruments on a grassy ground, 19.5cm high
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