(1) An antique, Victorian Staffordshire figure group with a seated courting couple beneath an arched bocage arbor.
(1) An idyllic figure group of a young shepherd girl holding a jug and petting a lamb.
(1) An antique standing figure of a Scottish girl wearing a feathered hat standing by a ledge with a red and white dog.
Price is for (3) pieces.
Staffordshire figures were made from around 1740 to 1900 by various pottery factories in England and Scotland. Most have no maker’s marks. Victorian flatback examples were undecorated on one side because they were designed to sit on a shelf or fireplace mantel and only viewed from the front or sides. Popular subjects included romantic figures, buildings, farm animals, and domestic pets, in particular Queen Victoria’s favored pet, the King Charles Spaniel.
Queen Victoria (1837-1901) | Late 19th century
(1) Width 6.5 Depth 3.25 Height 8.5 inches
(1) Width 4.5 Depth 2.25 Height 8.25 inches
(1) Width 4.75 Depth 2.5 Height 10.5 inches
Note: crazing, chips, cracks and restoration.