RARE REGENCY ENGLISH PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A BOY AND DOG
BLOOR DERBY MARK C.1825
fine English Regency porcelain Derby Bloor roundel mark figure,
guaranteed genuine, dating from around 1825. The Boy and Dog
figure is skilfully modelled and the adoring playful look between pet
dog and boy in side view is so full of character... The colourful hand
painted decoration is particularly fine: note the fine detail on the
jacket. A rare and highly desirable item to add to the best English
porcelain collection." Antiques Expert Hamilton Bear.
height 128 mm max.
Bloor roundel mark as as illustrated. A mark that was tricky to apply
and is usually only found on better quality pieces.
An excellent piece in great shape for display.Looks
great - but please note: piece has limited old restorations. Condition
report: Most figures of this age and type do have some level
of expected general restoration. It is sometimes quite difficult to
determine all and exactly what may have been done. Viewed with a bright
light and close scrutiny with a powerful magnifier - restoration work
appears to have been has been carried out to: the raised right hand and
wrist; the left hand and fingers; the dogs tail; all with associated
small areas of repainting. Traces of rubbing wear to gilded decoration
and light-crazing browning - as typically found on Derby Bloor period
porcelains - principally to back area. A nice attractive example for
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