Very nice early 19th century Staffordshire figures of The Welch Tailor and his wife, c.1830, painted in enamels set on green bases with scrolls and central pillar mounted with tiny flowers. They show the figures riding goats, the tailor with a barrel on his back with 2 kids in it, and his wife with 2 babes in a basket on her back with another in her arms.
They measure approx. 5 1/4" high and 4" wide.
Condition is very good. There has been a loss to the right ear of the tailor's goat. No other damage, nicks or chips and no restoration I can detect. There is some crazing but that is usual for these pieces and a few small paint losses.
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