Large Staffordshire figures

Large Staffordshire figures
Circa 1840
Three Staffordshire figures Jobson & Nell Cobbler and wife, old repairs. Each raised on square bases. These mid 19th century Staffordshire pottery figures depicting Jobson & Nell, dating to around c.1840 - 50.
The figures are set on square bases and are finished in overglaze paint work.
The cobbler and his wife are modelled seated on stools, Jobson working on a shoe and Nell with a jug and cup, a dog peeping out from under Jobson's stool and a cat peeping out from under his wifes.

Private farm house in Surrey

Old repairs, flaking paint

5.71 inches
12.20 inches
6.30 inches
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