A Staffordshire Pottery Victorian house and a Staffordshire Castle spill vase and pocket watch holder, 19th century, the flatback press moulded duo in apricot glaze with applied grit style climbing flowers, the castle with one turret serving as the spill v
Two Staffordshire Pottery figural groups, mid to later 19th century. two press moulded flat back figures including a Scottish highland couple holding a bird, in white with gilt highlights now faded to mauve, and a later female figure on horseback in a tan
A Staffordshire Pottery military figure of General Stewart, later 19th century, the press moulded figure, a military hero of the Sudan campaign on horseback, title in relief to base. Height 37 cm. Width 22 cm. Depth 7 cm
A rare Staffordshire portrait figure of Jenny Lind, 19th century, 29 cm high, Johanna Maria Lind (1820-1887), better known as Jenny Lind, was a Swedish opera singer, often known as the 'Swedish Nightingale'.
A Victorian Staffordshire 'Nelson' figural jug 19th century. The figure in a blue frock coat and supported by a tree trunk with an applied handle, the triform hat serving as the pouring rim, marked Nelson to the base; typically unmarked. Height 31.
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