Very large two-tone treacleware spaniel dog figure.

£95.00

Availability: In stock

A very large press-moulded earthenware spaniel dog figure. With a random two-tone treacleware glaze over a pale yellowish / buff body. The dog has a moulded collar with padlock and chain. The base has an un-glazed foot ring and is closed with a small round air-hole.

This figure is often found in white earthenware but is much more unusual with this body and treacleware glaze. Probably made in Staffordshire circa 1860-1885.

The final photograph shows a smaller dog (not included in this sale), of more ‘normal’ size, shown alongside for comparison.

Pot ID: AP/924
Dimensions: 277 mm highest to top of head.
Net Weight (grams): 1711
Datec.1860-1885

Condition Report:
Very small glaze chip on back. A short hairline, which appears to be glazed over, runs for about 75mm along the mould seam-line on left ear. There is a large glazed over scar on the back.

 

Weight 2400 g