Pair of Staffordshire figural spills, Man & Horse + Lady & Cow, c. 1860

$580.00 AUD

Delightful pair of large Staffordshire spill vases, depicting ‘rural pursuits’, with a milkmaid and her bucket standing by her cow, a curved trunk at the back providing the vase opening, the matching group with a man doffing his tri corn hat, the saddled horse drinking from a fountain, the tree-trunk spill vases unusually modelled on an angle.

Circa 1860

each 20cm high, 18cm wide

Condition: some slight restorations inc. his foot, cow horn, some slight staining, displays well.




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