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Staffordshire Pearlware Cobbler's wife figure

pre-Victorian, circa 1830. 5.9ins high, 3.1ins wide, 3ins depth.

Staffordshire pearlware figure which features a cobbler's wife pouring from a jug, seated on a square base. Multi-coloured version.



Decorated 'in the round' - decoration to front and reverse.



Vent hole to the underside.



Book reference not found.

Condition

Generally good. No restoration.

Shallow chip to upper base edge on front.



Some small flakes to her nose,



left hand,



cup and base.









A few paint losses to green and brown on stool,





shoes,



scarf,



brown border to base and red skirt.












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