Description: 18th century Derby porcelain group, modelled as a ram standing before bocage above a recumbent lamb, upon flower encrusted base, H13.5cm, together with an 18th century Derby figure modelled as a deer, in recumbent pose before bocage, H8cm, each with patch marks beneath,
There is general wear throughout commensurate with age, including scratches and production pitting. Both have significant losses to the bocage. The deer has a small loss to the edge of one front hoof and nibbles to the edge of one ear. When inspected under a UV light, the edges of the broken bocage have been painted and illuminate, and the rams right front leg has been restored and overpainted, and this is visible without the UV light illuminating. Both the ram and the lamb have losses to the tips of the ears and the lambs horns and one front hoof also have losses to the tips.
This is a timed auction, click the button below to bid.
Bid On Timed Auction
Back To Lot List
Sell One Like This
Delivery and Postage & Packing options available
UK Mainland Delivery
First lot: £27.60 - if additional lot: Additional lots are charged at a discounted rate, the largest/highest delivery cost item is taken as the first lot. £9.60
Delivery charges include VAT.
Delivery to registered addresses only.
Click here for an international delivery quote.
Collect from The Vine Street Salerooms, Scarborough YO11 1XN.
This Auction is closed, no more bids are allowed