Price

£11500.00

This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

Dated: 1790 Staffordshire England

An exceptionally rare and previously unrecorded bocage pearlware figure group. The large scale group consists of a pair of musicians, a shepherd and shepherdess, several ewes, rams, lambs and a dog with an elaborate base with a profusion of flowers. The reverse of the figure is marked four times with makers name in capitals TITTENSOR. One of the largest and rarest groups made by this pottery the piece is truly spectacular with its warm underglaze colors and abundance of rural charm.

Dimensions:9 inches high,14 inches wide,3.5 inches long

Current Condition: Professional restoration to three leaves, shepherdess at the neck and a rams head, the tip of pipe, lute replaced and shepherds staff and tips to chips at some flower heads.

Circa 1790

Dimensions

Height: 9.00inch, Width: 14.00inch, Depth: 3.50inch

Condition report

Professional restoration to three leaves, shepherdess at the neck and a rams head, the tip of pipe, lute replaced and shepherds staff and tips to chips at some flower heads.

Stock number

8227
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