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Staffordshire pottery Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
Staffordshire pottery
Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
19th-mid-19th century
unknown artist Hunting Scenes: five oval plaques in one frame, perhaps Staffordshire or Liverpool and possibly enamel transfer-printed in black
unknown artist, eighteenth century
Hunting Scenes: five oval plaques in one frame, perhaps Staffordshire or Liverpool and possibly enamel transfer-printed in black
18th century
Derby porcelain factory Dr. Syntax: On a Horse, Jumping a Gate
Derby porcelain factory, founded 1756, British
Dr. Syntax: On a Horse, Jumping a Gate
ca. 1810
unknown artist [Boxers:] "Spring" and "Langan" - a pair of Staffordshire pearlware rectangular plaques
unknown artist
[Boxers:] "Spring" and "Langan" - a pair of Staffordshire pearlware rectangular plaques
Staffordshire pottery A Pugilist: in fawn shirt and canary breeches
Staffordshire pottery
A Pugilist: in fawn shirt and canary breeches
Staffordshire pottery A Pugilist: with a blue edged cream shirt and fawn breeches
Staffordshire pottery
A Pugilist: with a blue edged cream shirt and fawn breeches
Staffordshire pottery Boxers: in pink and yellow breeches, respectively Staffordshire figure group
Staffordshire pottery
Boxers: in pink and yellow breeches, respectively Staffordshire figure group
Staffordshire pottery The Boxer Tom Cribb: in canary breeches
Staffordshire pottery
The Boxer Tom Cribb: in canary breeches
ca. 1800
Staffordshire pottery Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
Staffordshire pottery
Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
19th to mid-19th century