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Staffordshire pottery tithe pig figure group with weeping bocage antique period early 19thc. - 1820 Staffordshire England

Width 6.50inch [16.51cm]
Height 7.75inch [19.68cm]
Depth 3.25inch [cm]
Medium pearlware pottery ceramic earthenware
Literature Staffordshire Figures 1780-1840 Volume 2 Chapter 108 by Myrna Schkolne, published by Schiffer.
Description Staffordshire pottery pearlware tithe pig figure group with rare weeping bocage.
The figures of the farmer, his wife holding baby and the vicar are modeled standing on a decorative rococo style base. The group has exceptional quality enamels and is one of the rarest examples of the tithe pig group of figures.
Condition Some bocage restored, farmers stick and some minor rubbed enamels re-touched.
Status SOLD
Stock Code 6639
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