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Antique pearlware pottery figure of a horse attributed to the Leeds Pottery early 19th century - 1810 to 1820 Leeds Yorkshire England

Width 14.00inch [35.56cm]
Height 16.50inch [41.91cm]
Depth 7.25inch [cm]
Medium pottery earthenware ceramic
Description A rare large scale pottery pearlware figure of a horse standing square on a green sponged decorated oblong base with maroon and blue stripes. The horse is wearing a yellow bridle with blue terminals. These figures emanating from the Leeds pottery are perhaps one of the most vibrant figures made in the early 19th century. Such figures were used as a display medium for equestrian Sadlers, tack,medical and feed suppliers.
Condition Professional restoration to ears and legs.
gbp 19500.00 (Pound Sterling)
Stock Code 8812
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