Wedgwood, a porcelain figure of a kangaroo designed by John Rattenbury Skeaping, circa 1928, impressed to base: J Skeaping, Wedgewood, 22.5 cm, Note, Wedgwood's kangaroo figure was modelled in 1927 by John Rattenbury Skeaping, a student of the sculptor
A large antique blue Jasperware cheese dome and base 19th century, unmarked. In deep ultramarine with an acorn finial surrounded with anthemion motifs, decorated in white slip decoration to the cover with classical figures and continuous borders of morning
A Wedgwood earthenware lion figure, from the 'Escape' series, a walking lion in the Art Deco manner in a glossy cream glaze upon an integrated base; marked Wedgwood fine earthenware with title underside. Height 19 cm. Length 33 cm. Width 10 cm.
A Wedgwood porcelain figurine, circa 1930s, modelled by Kathleen Goodwin (1902-1976), a young girl with modish bobbed hair wearing a blue dress and holding a pink posy, seated upon a green tree stump, in soft enamel wash colours; with Wedgwood stamp and Go
A Wedgwood mother and Daughter figurine, 'Tender Moments'. 1996, from the classical collection, decorated and modelled by Jenny Oliver, in a glazed and biscuit finish, the classically adorned figures in pastel tones, the child with a garland about
A rare pair of Wedgwood majolica figures, circa 1880 depicting Roderick Dhu and the Lady of the Lake, he depicted dressed in tartans with drawn sword and shield, she dressed in tartans and bearing a staff, each impressed 'Wedgwood' to the base (2), 20cm hi
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