This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

Dated: 1785 to 1795 English

The English pottery figure stands on an oblong base and shows Saint George dressed in armour riding his stallion whilst spearing the dragon in the mouth.

This life-like figure group is inspired by the bronze made by Fanelli c1580-1661, an artist who worked in England during King Charles 1 reign. This rare and dynamic figure is decorated in underglaze oxides and made in Staffordshire, England.

Dimensions: 12 inches high 8.5 inches long

Current Condition: Replaced spear, professional restoration at the tail, the tip of one ear, and filling of an original firing detail at the left leg of George.

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