Sold for £2,600
A George III salt-glazed white stoneware 'Bear-baiting' jug, probably Staffordshire, typically modelled sitting on its haunches with outstretched forepaws, the head detachable to form a cup, with button shape eyes and chain attached through the nose, the whole with applied white chips to resemble fur, h.18cm
With rivet repair to right fore paw.
Tongue missing tip.
At least one chain link missing.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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