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English Lead-glazed Earthenware Model of a Doe at Lodge, Ralph Wood type,


English Lead-glazed Earthenware Model of a Doe at Lodge,

Wood type,

Perhaps John Wood of Brownhills or Ralph & Enoch Wood of Burslem,

Circa 1785


A fine example of this press-moulded model of a doe with a rich deep brown coloration to the body.  The deer sits on a green base with clay threads imitating grass with a domed unglazed hollow interior, it's head turned back to look behind.


Condition: Very good.


Dimensions: 5 inches high x 6 inches long x 3 inches deep.


The author below has suggested that the model was most likely based on porcelain examples from the Bow factory.


Reference: The Henry H. Weldon Collection-English Pottery, Stoneware and Earthenware 1650-1800,  page 373, # 226 for this model of a hind.

The author below has suggested that the model was most likely based on porcelain examples from the Bow factory.


See The Metropolitan Museum for an almost exact example of this model attrivuted to Ralph Wood the Younger (British, Burslem 1748–1795 Burslem), Accession Number:44.39.61 (https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipPqNcq_qxDw1w3brUv5YKJjd4TSgkssjWz1S655)







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