Victorian, circa 1875. Tallest is 14.2ins high, 12.6ins wide, 8.7ins depth. Pair of Minton Majolica vases which feature a hen and rooster
stood next to a wooden slated trough.
Signed, 'J Henk' to the base.
Colouration: brown, green, grey, are predominant.
The piece bears maker's marks for the Minton pottery.
Marks include a factory specific date cipher for the year 1875.
Book reference ,'MINTON. The First Two Hundred Years of Design & Production' by Joan Jones, page 145
CONDITION: Cockerel: Generally good.
RESTORATION. Sections of base reglued and joins retouched.
Filled chips to rim.
Remodelled toes to right foot.
Some small flakes to leaves.
RESTORATION. Stabilised and retouched hairline to rim.
Filled chips to tail feathers.