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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "Antique pottery figure of a bull in the form of a creamer,Scottish or North East England 19th century"
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Such examples are usually figures of cows, it is likely that the bull was made as a "one off" with humorous intent. The colouring of the base suggest Scottish or North country origin, interestly the base is impressed in capitals " B.BROWN". There is no trace of a pottery under this name.Could it be that a worker in the pottery adapted a cow creamer to produce his bull?
|Height||4.75 inch||(12.06 cm)|
|Width||8.00 inch||(20.32 cm)|