Welcome to the enthralling world of Victorian Staffordshire Figures…
Victorian Staffordshire figures are a type of earthenware, made in the UK between 1837 and 1900, typically decorated with coloured enamels over a plain lead glaze.
Inexpensive, in an age before photography provided images in abundance, these were images in clay ‘of the people by the people’ - idealised scenes of earlier times, or of sensational current events of interest to the masses, or of any subject connected to the popular Queen Victoria, including dogs, family members, castles, generals, alliances, and wars. At the height of British Empire, a strong economy, and with a popular Queen on the throne, demand for figures blossomed.
Here, you can shop the world’s largest single dealer selection of Staffordshire figures online. We offer a wide range of pieces to suit all budgets and tastes. Fresh pieces are added weekly, so please visit often.
Every item is meticulously described and photographed, to give you the best possible online shopping experience - as close to personally handling the object as possible.
Whether collector, curator, decorator, or shopper looking for that special piece, we hope you enjoy discovering, exploring, and shopping our Victorian Staffordshire figures.
If interested in Early Staffordshire figures only, please browse our separate Early Staffordshire Figures pages of pearlware and prattware.
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