Staffordshire Group of Lady on a Goat
Hundreds of pottery factories were set up in Staffordshire during the Victorian period, many of them producing crued colourful figures, sold to decorate the more humble households. In a dark cottage in winter they must have seemed so bright and joyful, their colours brightening any room they were displayed, from kitchen to bed chamber.
This is a group figure of a lady riding a goat with babys and birds all around her. The original depiction of this figure was a famous Meisson piece. The staffordshire potterys would often copy early expensive designs in a somewhat crued way to make it available to the masses.
Overall condition is good with no losses or chips.
Dimensions: 10cm x 14cm x 6cm