TEN BRITISH AND FRENCH YELLOW-GLAZED ENAMELLED AND TRANSFER-PRINTED TOYS AND CHILDREN’S WARES, FIRST HALF NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Comprising a hollow-cast fruit in a basket, a figure of a seated youth, a figure of a stag at lodge, a cradle, a Choisy-le-Roi printed dish, an enamelled dish (mark covered), and a pair of printed teabowls. Together with a pair of molded enamelled daisy pattern plates, probably Llanelly Pottery, circa 1840-50.
Literature: A plate identical to the pair is illustrated in J. Jefferson Miller II, “English Yellow-Glazed Earthenware, p. 91, fig. 60.