An unusual pair of early Victorian Staffordshire furniture rests made in the form of a Spaniels head, with a small indentation in the top of the head.
*Occasionally these are mistakenly called ‘window stops’, for holding a sash window open slightly, a totally impractical and unworkable idea.
Circa : 1860
Height : 3½” (9cm)
Condition: Large restored chip at the back edge of the top of one.
Stock ref : 15434/5/yix+