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Staffordshire Recumbent Setters, Possibly made by Wood & Caldwell or Enoch Wood, Circa 1815-30


Staffordshire Recumbent Setters,

Possibly made by Wood & Caldwell or Enoch Wood,

Circa 1815-30


The two dogs are depicted in a recumbent position and are lead-glazed earthenware are enamelled in naturalistic colours.


Height

10.00 cm

(3.94 inches)

Width

15.00 cm

(5.91 inches)

Depth

8.00 cm

(3.15 inches)


Reference:

Holding the Past, The William Herbert and Nancy Hunt Collection of Early English Pottery Figures, Myrna Schkolne, Page 197, #176 for same figure; 181.







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