A Staffordshire Pottery platinum lustre hunting jug, circa 1815, the moulded jug decorated to both sides with hunters and their dogs in relief, trailing grapevines to the rim and lappet borders to the base, in green, purple and lemon colours, height 16.5 c
A near pair of Staffordshire Pottery King Charles spaniels, second half 19th century, the press moulded spaniels painted to the front in ruby colours upon white with feathering, gold details to the collar and locket partly faded to mauve, with individually
An early and large pair of Staffordshire spaniels with Separate front leg, circa 1860, painted in rare design with grey paws and lustre collar and chain, 31 cm high. Provenance: the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales
A collection of Staffordshire Dalmations, including Inkstands, Tallest 16 cm (10). Provenance: Lot 174 British Ceramics Christies London 7/Sep/1995, the collection of a Curator & Collector, New South Wales
A pair of Victorian Staffordshire dogs with children, circa 1850, the press moulded pair of white seated dogs raised on oval grapevine decorated bases, with girl and boy children upon their backs each with doves upon their shoulders, the glaze with some bl
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