Three Early Staffordshire Figures, England, 18th century, a blue-decorated white salt-glazed stoneware figure of Eve, ht. 4 1/8; a Pratt-type figure of a taverner, ht. 6 3/4; and a Ralph Wood-type figure of a cupid on a panther, ht. 7 in.
Eve: Glaze roughness to the back edge of the footrim.
Taverner: Chips to corner and backs edges of base.
Cupid/panther: Old flaking repair to tail; old repairs to one ear and along footrim; Cupid has been broken off of panther and is simply reglued and missing a wing and end of horn.
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