Antique English Pottery Staffordshire Figure Musical Group, Attributed to Enoch Wood
Antique English Pottery Staffordshire Figure Musical Group, Attributed to Enoch Wood
Antique English Pottery Staffordshire Figure Musical Group, Attributed to Enoch Wood

Attributed to ENOCH WOOD & SONS (worked 1783-1845)

Antique English Pottery Staffordshire Figure Musical Group, Attributed to Enoch Wood

c. 1825 England

Offered by Earle D Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc

£875 gbp
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The antique English pottery figure most likely by Enoch Wood depicts a standing young boy playing a pipe to an attentive your girl who hold a book in her left hand. They stand and sit on a green, grassy mound on a moulded square base with two brown-red lines to top and bottom.



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Staffordshire Figures1780-1840: Manufacturers, Pastimes & Work Volume I, Myrna Sckholne, page 132 for related groups with musicians, Figure 26.95 for illustration of the same base which is typical of Enoch Wood.
Dimensions
Height 7.75 inch (19.68 cm)
Width 3.45 inch (8.76 cm)
Depth 3.45 inch (8.76 cm)
Stock Code
NY8310
Medium
pottery
Signed/Inscribed
Mark: Script 317 on base in same red colour as the lines around the base.
Earle D Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc

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