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S & J Abbott Ceramics Plus

20th century English
A Wedgwood bull designed by Arnold Machin and decorated by Eric Ravilious. Decorated in browns yellow and pink with signs of the Zodiac made in the 1950s. Underside with impressed Wedgwood mark No. 8A62, further green printed Wedgwood Barlaston mark to underside, 16" long Stock No.   SA0768                           Price £650
A Royal Doulton model of ‘Daffy Down Dilly’, hand painted HN1712 and ‘PJ’ in green, 20.9cm high.  The title is taken from the nursery rhyme ‘Daffy-down-dilly is new come to town, With a yellow petticoat and a green gown.’ This model is in excellent condition and dates from the early 1950s. Stock No. SA0399                                      Price £145
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A pottery elephant to a design by Eric Olsen with a grey-blue glaze c. 1938. This is most likely a model on which the moulds were based for the production item above. Stock No.  SA0894           Price £295
A Wedgwood model of a goat by Roy Smith, 1930s. Stock No.  SA0944         Price  £225
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An early 20th century stoneware model of a lion ejant, brown crackle glaze in matt tones, square base with some small losses, impressed MM, 37cm high Stock No.  SA1000        Price £350
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