Antique Victorian Childs

Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century

Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century
Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century
Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century
Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century
Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century
Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century

Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century

Pair Staffordshire Children with dogs and snake. This gorgeous pair of Spaniels with children are most likely an original matched pair. Unique paint and complex modeling which depicts a boy being protected from a snake by dog. Mid to late 19th Century. 8"H X 7" W.

Provenance: Prominent Private New York Collection. Documentation: Harding Victorian Staffordshire, Second Addendum, p.

Condition: Paint loss, crazing, reglued snout of one dog, minor touch ups to chipping on base, otherwise minor imperfections to be expected. The Spaniel Dogs, were a staple of the Victorian household and assimilate just as well in a present day. The origin or inspiration is thought to be the pet King Charles Spaniel "Dash", kept by Queen Victoria, as a child, who became her contest component when she became Queen. The first Spaniels appeared at the beginning of the 1840's and continued in production into the 1900's.

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Staffordshire Pair Spaniel Dogs Children Snake 19th Century