This antique pair of parian ware greyhounds are Victorian and date to around 1870. Parian ware is a type of china or ceramic that was invented in 1845 by the the Staffordshire pottery of Mintons and is designed to resemble marble. In good antique condition with one small chip to base of one greyhound, see photos.
Height 9 cm or 3.54 inches, Width 3.9 cm or 1.54 inches, Depth 5.4 cm or 2.13 inches.
Weight: 182.4 grams or 117.3 penny weight
A set of four Clarice Cliff Coffee Cups and Saucers circa 1930. In the 'Bizarre'...
A Staffordshire group, pair of Musicians with Sheep circa 1890 from the William Kent factory,...
A vase by William Moorcroft. Circa 1920. signed on the base. : Height 40cm or...
Arcadianware Crested Ware 'Model of Bill Syke's Dog' Vintage 1930s This example of Arcadian crested...