A group of Staffordshire pottery
Lot 433
A group of Staffordshire pottery
Sold for £75 (US$ 125) inc. premium
Lot Details
A group of Staffordshire pottery
Comprising two late 19th century jugs, one entitled 'A Hearty Good Fellow', 29.5cm high, one entitled 'Nelson', 29.5cm high, a bust of Washington, circa 1920, 22cm high, and a pair of figures, circa 1920, one modelled as a man making a shoe, 33cm high, and one modelled as a woman holding a ewer and a filled cup, 32.5cm high (5)
  1. Katherine Wright
    Specialist - European Ceramics
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    Edinburgh, EH2 1JX
    United Kingdom
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