EARLY VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF GIRL & SHEEP. Porcellaneous. Circa 1840
This charming Early Victorian Porcellaneous Staffordshire Figure is modelled as a young girl holding a small, guitar-like instrument in her right hand and stroking her pet sheep. It dates from circa 1840.
She has a particularly attractive hair style and is dressed in a bodiced gown with cobalt blue jacket and bright green shoes. A bag is hung from her waist.
There are no cracks or restoration, just a small chip to the top of the guitar.
Height: 5.5 inches (14 cm)
Delivery within the UK is included.