Minton biscuit porcelain figure ‘The Keeper Going Around his Traps’


A very large 19th century English biscuit porcelain group of ‘The Hunter Going Around His Traps’ by Minton after a painting by Charles Hancock. (see photographs for an image of a coloured engraving by George Hancock after Charles Hancock)
A similar example from the Willett Collection is Illustrated by G. Godden in ‘Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the First period’ plate 139.
Circa: 1840 – 1850
Width: 35.00cm (13.78 inches)
Height: 24.50cm (9.65 inches)
Condition: Very good for such a large piece, there is a small amount of professional restoration to: part of the gun, one dog’s tail, one finger and one dog’s ear.
Stock ref: 13429A
Price: £ 580

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