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  • Item 5625


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this unusual Cow and Milkmaid Figural.


    It is made in the tradition of the cow creamers produced in Jackfield, Shropshire, England and then in Staffordshire, England by Thomas Whieldon between 1740 and 1790 and in periods throughout the 19th century.   The glaze is a black and shiny lead glaze with gold accents.


    This example appears to be late Victorian.  It combines the Jackfield glaze, gold accent and cow creamer form with the early 19th century Staffordshire Cow and Milkmaid figural form.   


    The milkmaid is sitting on a stool with a bucket in her lap and the cow is looking back to see what the holdup is all about!  Gold accent throughout.  Measures 7" wide, 3" deep and 5 1/4" wall.  


    Excellent Condition.  A single 3/4" line confined to the base (closeup).  Otherwise as made!


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    Staffordshire Jackfield Redware Cow and Milkmaid Figural #5625

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