Pearlware bust of Queen Charlotte, Staffordshire pottery early 19th century, England
Pearlware bust of Queen Charlotte, Staffordshire pottery early 19th century, England
Pearlware bust of Queen Charlotte, Staffordshire pottery early 19th century, England

Pearlware bust of Queen Charlotte, Staffordshire pottery early 19th century, England

c. 1815 to c. 1820 STaffordshire England

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£1,150 gbp
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A very rare English pearlware pottery bust probably representing Queen Charlotte the wife of King George 111. The head is modelled on a square base which is decorated with purple enamel.
The rendition is very naive and striking with strong definition. Queen Charlotte was a very interesting character (1744-1818) she founded Kew Gardens, bore 15 children (13 of whom survived to adulthood), and was a patron of the arts.
Fine unrestored condition
Dimensions
Height 5.75 inch (14.60 cm)
Stock Code
4779
Medium
staffordshire pottery ceramic earthenware
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