Porcelain Imperial Eagle Perched Upon A Rocky Outcrop, Staffordshire, England, circa. 1840s
This magnificent eagle is displayed in the ‘Rousant’ position in the heraldic manner, the feathers well moulded and highlighted in black enamel and a splendid gilt cap on the crown.
Enamelled grassy encrustacean of shredded clay to the rocky outcrop, set upon a gilt-lined octagonal-styled base.
Attributed to John and Rebecca Lloyd, makers of high-quality porcelain models, from Shelton, Staffordshire, England.
7’’ h x 4’’ w O/A approx
In excellent condition, with only very minor surface wear commensurate with age.
Ref Number: 220503C
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