Lot 376 , A rare Staffordshire porcelain group of a poodle and a cat sharing a bowl, c.1835-50, H. 10cm
A rare Staffordshire porcelain group of a poodle and a cat sharing a bowl, c.1835-50, crazing and some staining, the poodle has been broken off around its waist and front paws and reglued with some tiny splinter losses around the area, H. 10cm
Provenance - The Dennis G. Rice collection of English porcelain animals of the 19th century and ex Christie's South Kensington, 10th October 2002 sale, lot 400.
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Sold for £100