Lot 366 , A pair of Staffordshire porcelain models of recumbent setters, c.1830-50, L. 11.5cm
A pair of Staffordshire porcelain models of recumbent setters, c.1830-50, both with typical minor firing cracks and glaze imperfections, the dog looking right has good quality restoration to its snout and face and front right paw and a crack across the plinth base, L. 11.5cm
Provenance - The Dennis G. Rice collection of English porcelain animals of the 19th century
cf. Dennis G. Rice, Dogs In English Porcelain of the 19th century, colour plate 180.
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Sold for £100