|Period:||Victorian, circa 1860|
|Description:||Staffordshire model which features Palmers House, stood on a shaped base. The piece is titled, 'PALMERS HOUSE' . Multi-coloured with underglaze blue version. Dull gilt titles and embellishment. Decorated mainly to the front. Vent hole to the underside. This piece represents the house of William Palmer, a surgeon who poisoned his wife, brother and friend and was hanged for his crimes in 1856. Book reference,'Victorian Staffordshire Figures 1835-1875' Book 2, by A.& N. Harding, page 273, figure 3145.|
|Condition:||Generally good. Two chips to the roof edge. Slight rubbing to gilt. KILN EFFECTS: a few specks of kiln detritus caught in the glaze to the front; small firing pits to front and reverse. RESTORATION: One chimney remodelled. Retouched paint loss to the ground, window frames and sills and front door.|
|Dimensions:||7.1ins high, 7.1ins wide, 3.1ins depth|
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