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Ceramic cats

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A collection of early English Staffordshire pottery figures of seated cats.

This limestone feline is among some 600 cat statues from a newfound temple dedicated to the Egyptian cat goddess Bastet. The ancient temple was recently discovered under the streets of modern-day Alexandria, Egypt.

Photos: Queen's Cat Goddess Temple Found in Egypt

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Anna Noel: Cat. Hand modelled and raku fired. 27 cms high.

Pennsylvania 1870 Rare Large Chalkware Cat with Exceptional Presence. The Black stripping and Smoke Decoration on a Mustard background are awsome to the Eye. The figure is finished with a pleasing Face and Red Ears. Chalkware was made for the Middle Class to resemble Staffordshire at a minimal Price. Excellent Condition. 10 1/4" Tall x 5" W x 5 1/2" Deep.

A Treacle Glaze Model of a Cat, perhaps Canney Hill Pottery, Bishop Auckland, circa 1870.

Sad cat / Hylton Nel. From the collection of Moira Benigson.

Hylton Nel ceramics

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Two Cats. Hylton Nel. From the Prince Albert Art Festival.