Price

£3750.00

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Dated: 1800 to 1820 English

This remarkable pearlware glazed pottery model of a life-size rams head was made in the circa 1810-20 period, probably in Staffordshire, England.

The head was made with a hole to enable hanging and three holes at the top within a hollow to display actual rams horns. There are no records to reference with this figure.

One can only speculate that the piece was made as a "one off," possibly for a sheep farmer or perhaps the owner of a tavern " The Rams Head." The replica resin horns are detachable. The head is a unique, extraordinary historical country piece with a story to tell.

Dimensions: 13 inches high, 8 inches wide, 13 inches long

Current Condition: Good condition displayed with detachable replica horns.

Provenance: Priavte Collection West Country England

Dimensions

13 inches high, 8 inches wide, 13 inches long

Price

£3750.00

Stock number

4950
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