Examples of our Staffordshire Dogs. Call or e-mail us for details and prices on these and other fine offerings.
Many 19th Century Staffordshire potteries produced their versions of Queen Victoria's King Charles Spaniel.
We have red and white in pairs and singles from 2 inches to this 13 1/2 inch pair — all dating between 1855 and 1865.
This 10-inch pair with Disraeli curls — around 1865. Pairs and singles in black and white.
Charming 7 1/2 inch "flower-basket" spaniels from 1865. We have several singles and a rare 3 1/2 inch pair.
Earliest versions of spaniels were often on cobalt bases. These are water spaniels from 1845.
Well-molded blue-eyed mom and her pup. A 5-inch single circa 1845. We also sometimes have pairs.
The potters also modeled other breeds of dogs which we often have — including Dalmations, Setters, Greyhounds, Whippets, Afghans, and many versions of Poodles.
This is a 4-inch Poodle puppy from 1845. We have a pair of Poodles and several family groups of Poodles on cobalt bases in different sizes.
The Royal Children with their dogs was a favorite subject for whimsical figures.