19th century Staffordshire spill holder made in the form of a castle, showing signs of subsidence during the original firing….
* the use of red enamel for the highlights around the doors and the front of the base is probably an indication that it was to be sold as a ‘second’ and not worth the use of more expensive gilding…
Date: circa 1845
Height : 4⅝” (11.7cm)
Condition : Faint crack at the back of one turret, tiny chips & losses to foliage. No restoration.
Stock ref : 17644/sx-
Price: £ 32 + p&p** (free within the UK)
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