Early Staffordshire pearl glazed earthenware standing horse figure, Whieldon type, with sponged dappled decoration and blue saddle blanket atop a thin, flat base. 5-3/4"H. Possibly St. Anthony Pottery (see Pat Halfpenny, English Earthenware Figures, p. 119-120 for similar objects and discussion). English, circa 1800. Provenance: the estate of Elsie Seabrook, Tunica, Mississippi. Condition: A few scattered minute chips to base (largest 1/4" L), overall excellent condition.
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