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A very rare Staffordshire pottery figure group, ‘St Patrick’s Day’, c. 1860. Modelled as a man standing on top of a barrel, playing a fiddle, with a young couple dancing to either side of him, on a grassy mound base. Decorated in underglaze cobalt blue, and overglaze enamels.
Titled in moulded lettering ‘ST PATRICKS DAY’, above a gilt line.
Height - 28 cm, 11”.
Width - 18 cm, 7 1/8”.
Condition - Perfect. No damage. No restoration.



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