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1532

An English Pearlware Figure of a Horse, Circa 1830

Estimate:

8,000 - 12,000 USD

An English Pearlware Figure of a Horse, Circa 1830

An English Pearlware Figure of a Horse, Circa 1830

Estimate:

8,000 - 12,000 USD

Lot sold:

8,820

USD

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An English Pearlware Figure of a Horse

Circa 1830

painted light-tan with a brown mane and tail, wearing a blue and manganese bridle and lead, standing upon a sponged green stepped rectangular base decorated with two blue laurel leaf banes, manganese and black bands


Height 17 1/8 in.

Overall in good appearance. Restoration to both ears, perhaps replaced. Restoration to lower part of front right leg and lower part of left rear leg. Left rear leg with a hairline crack around the hoof. The edge of the base with a hairline crack measuring approximately 6 cm. Some very minor faint patches of glaze crazing.


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Perhaps the closest example to the present lot is the example sold at Christie's New York East, September 25, 1989, lot 21, which feature a light-tan horse on a sponged stepped base. Further tan horses include those sold at Sotheby's London, November 27, 2001, lot 21; Sotheby's New York, January 22, 1998, lot 301; and Christie's London, February 12, 1990, lot 28, formerly sold, Sotheby Parke Bernet, June 20 1980, lot 157.