Early Staffordshire Pottery Figure of a Shepherd Bagpiper, circa 1825


Early 19th century Staffordshire pottery figure of a shepherd bagpiper, stitting against a tree stump with his dog at his side, on a raised base with moulded scrolling picked out in ochre enamel.
* This figure is after a Derby porcelain original from the late 18th century, the use of ochre enamel is to imitate the gilding used on the original figures.
Circa 1825
Height: 6ΒΌ” (16cm)
Condition: Overall condition is fairly good, there is a clean break to the neck which has been glued, small chips and losses to the feathers on his hat and to the bocage on each side of the base. There is no restoration at all.
Stock ref: 16461/yrn-

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