Early Staffordshire Pearlware figure, ‘Welch Tailor’s Wife’, C. 1820

$780.00 AUD

Staffordshire Pearlware figure group of the ‘Welch Tailor’s Wife’, showing her astride a goat with kid suckling, baskets of food to the neck, she holding a baby to her breast and with two more children in a basket on her back, on a grassy base with applied flowers.
Circa 1820

Condition

restorations to the horns, kid, 1 ear, cracks to legs.

Size

17cm high

References

The original was Meissen, described as ‘Schneider, welcher auf einem.....’ leading to the ‘Welch’ in the factory records (meaning which in German). This figure was also produced at Derby.

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