Staffordshire Pottery ‘Welch Tailor’s Wife Riding a Goat’


Early 19th century Staffordshire pearlware figure of the ‘Welch Tailor’s Wife Riding a Goat’, after the Derby porcelain model inspired by the 18th century Meissen original.
Decorated with bright overglaze enamel colours.
Date: c1830.
Height: 6¾” (17cm)
Condition: Generally the condition is good with just a little restoration to one horn and a few small chips, there has been some flaking of enamels on the base and so there is quite a lot of over-painting on the base only.
* On the left hand side of the base, at the front is a large ‘factory’ chip which is original and underneath the glaze & enamel colours.
Stock ref: 13812/pxp-pi

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