|Period:||Victorian, circa 1860|
|Description:||Staffordshire candle holder which features a lady playing the harp with a begging dog beside her, seated on a rectangular base. Multi-coloured with underglaze blue version. Dull gilt base line and embellishment. Decorated mainly to the front. Vent hole to the reverse. Book reference not found.|
|Condition:||Generally good. Slight rubbing to gilt. KILN EFFECTS: flecks of stray coloured glaze to the pillar; notable crazing; a few specks of kiln soot caught in the glaze to the pillar. RESTORATION. Retouching to her hat, hair, nose and shoes, dog's markings and ground. Remodelled candle holder - possibly not original function.|
|Dimensions:||9.8ins high, 4.7ins wide, 2.4ins depth|
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