Staffordshire Pearlware Double Deer Park Spill Vase Pottery Group

This remarkable and rare large pearlware figure depicts two large figures of a stag and doe facing each other either side of the central tree trunk triple spill vase. A young man playing a horn, with sheet music on his lap, sits in a nook of the tree trunk, his pink hat resting on a short branch above him and at his feet sits his dog on its hind quarters and two small lambs.

Item Details:

Price: $7,500

Item date: Circa 1820-1830

Dimensions: 10 inches high x 15 inches wide x 5 inches deep

Provenance: With Oliver-Sutton Antiques, London (old paper label)

Staffordshire Figures, 1780-1840, Animals, Animal Performers, Dandies & Murder, Volume 3, Myrna Schkolne, Page 67, Figure 119.2 (maker presently unidentified); People, Passions, Pastimes, and Pleasures: Staffordshire Figures 1810-1835, Myrna Schkolne, Page 211, for a similar group from the collection of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK. Reading

Sellers Details:

Name: Paul Vandekar

Telephone: (001)212-308-2022


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