|Period:||pre-Victorian, circa 1830|
|Description:||Staffordshire Pearlware figure which features a rearing lion, stood on a plinth base. White and gilt version. Copper lustre embellishment. Flatback, decorated only to the front. Book reference not found.|
|Condition:||Generally good. Slight wear to nose. KILN EFFECTS: flecks of stray coloured glaze to the lion and base; over glazed shrinkage lines to side of base; some glaze accumulation. RESTORATION: old restoration to re-glue lion's top half and retouch join; old filled chip to mane.|
|Dimensions:||13.5ins high, 9.1ins wide, 2.5ins depth|
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