Madelena Antiques & Collectables

Staffordshire Pottery 'Spring' Figure

Victorian, circa 1850. 9.8ins high, 4.3ins wide, 3.5ins depth.

Staffordshire Pottery porcellaneous figure with a classical theme which features a lady wrapped in a shawl, holding a cornucopia of flowers, stood on a square base.

Dull gilt base line and embellishment. Decorated 'in the round' - decoration to front and reverse.

Vent hole to the underside.

This piece represents Spring, one of a group of four figures representing the seasons.

Condition

CONDITION: Generally good.

Chips to flowers.

Very slight rubbing to gilt.

KILN EFFECTS: craze lines to the top of the base;

shrinkage crack to Lady's left shoulder

and reverse of base;

touch mark to lady's left hand.

RESTORATION. Lady's head reglued and join retouched.

Filled chip to tip of cornucopia

and to one of flowers.


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