Andrew Dando

Staffordshire Pottery Spill Holder with Yellow Birds. (c. 1825 England)

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pottery, earthenware, pearlware.


Minor restoration to: A chip to underside of the base at the back and some small chips.

Description / Expertise

An unusual early 19th century Staffordshire pottery group of two yellow, long tailed birds perched on the branch of a triple spill holder tree.
The trunk of the tree is brightly decorated with relief moulded and painted flowers and on the base there is a sheep and two lambs. (one sheep must have disappeared during manufacture, its feet have left marks in the glaze but it was painted over & fired)

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gbp 1250.00 (Pound Sterling)