13th Jan, 2023 9:30 GMT/BST

Country House

  Lot 82


A Salt Pearlware Model of a Ram, circa 1820, on a mound base before bocage, scroll mark to the reverse
14.5cm high
A Similar Unmarked Example
12cm high
A Walton Pearlware Model of a Sheep, on a mound base with bocage, scroll mark to the reverse
11.5cm high
Two Other Figures of Sheep (5)

Sold for £100
Estimated at £120 - £180


Salt, restoration to the bocage, horn tips and the rams muzzle. Some glaze flaking and minor frits around the base.
Ram, restoration to the tree stump and right horn. Some slight glaze flakes. 
Walton, restoration to some tips of the bocage and left ear. Y-shaped crack to the rear of the base. 
Remaining two sheep, free from repair but with general wear and glaze flakes.


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Auction: Country House, 13th Jan, 2023

The Country House Sales offer an appealing mix of traditional antiques and curiosities, good furnishing pieces and specialist collectors’ items. The sales incorporate the contents of important properties and private collections as well as individually consigned lots redolent of the English Country House.

Part I (Day One) (Lots 1- 440): Glass, Ceramics, Oriental and Works of Art 

Part II (Day Two) (Lots 500-798): Carpets, Clocks and Furniture 

Part III (Day Two) (Lots 1000-1185): Pictures and Garden Furniture and Statuary 



Tuesday 10th January - Thursday 12th January 10am-4pm, Friday 13th January 10am-4pm (for Day Two of the sale only), and the morning of the sale from 8am

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