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Swansea marked early 19c British porcelain vase.

Swansea marked early 19c British porcelain vase.

Black Swan of New South Wales.

Black Swan of New South Wales. Colour plate from a natural history book, which pirated the image from Barrington's History, 3 x 5

Pair of Wedgwood urns, blue sprigged, circa 1820

Pair of Wedgwood urns, the crisp white body with blue sprigged classical foliage, set on square plinth bases.

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With Spain and its financial meltdown so much in the news, the topic this week has a Spanish flavor. I was so happy to find this image in my archive recently, saved from Andrew Dando's

Looking for an interesting day out? Why not visit The Dudson Museum? visit www.dudsoncentre.org.uk

Looking for an interesting day out? Why not visit The Dudson Museum? visit www.dudsoncentre.org.uk

Dudson Jasper Ware Clock 1851

Dudson Jasper Ware Clock 1851

Staffordshire porcelain figures, seasons, Dudson. These are large figures approx 9 1/2" high.

Four Seasons figures in these forms were made by a number of factories but the distinctive brown bases in particular mark these out as Dudson.

19TH CENTURY ENGLISH FIGURE OF THE LAUGHING PHILOSOPHER

19TH CENTURY ENGLISH FIGURE OF THE LAUGHING PHILOSOPHER

Staffordshire porcelain 'Toby' inkwell figure. these appear variously holding a book or a cat; possibly other things too. It falls into the same group as the 'Barclay Ho.' seated female figure and the 'Tally Ho' bottle figure.

these appear variously holding a book or a cat; It falls into the same group as the 'Barclay Ho.' seated female figure and the 'Tally Ho' bottle figure.

Two more versions of the same figure. The tall hat looks rather incongruous...is it original?

Two more versions of the same figure. The tall hat looks rather incongruous.

The full version of the figure based on the Seymour print.

The full version of the figure based on the Seymour print.

This is the source for the 'Barclay Ho.' figure.

This is the source for the 'Barclay Ho.