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Due to an abundance of naturally occurring coal and clay, the Staffordshire region of England is renowned for manufacturing fine china and dinnerware, though local ceramic companies also made a variety of extraordinary figurines.
It also enjoys a good game in the yard or a run in a safe area.
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Some of the pieces illustrated are available for sale from our website. Two subjects remained popular throughout the entire period - lions and dogs. All manner of pieces are available to fit with mountain or country themes.
Other pictures are taken from Madelena's research archive. A multitude of unknown small manufacturers produced most of the Staffordshire figures we see today. Birds farm animals hunters horse riders Or maybe Victorian, or Kent; or they may choose to collect only portrait figures, or royalty, or theatrical, or religious; or particular animals e.g. They are a constant reminder of your own impeccable taste.
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The Stafford is slightly longer than it is tall, and relatively wide, giving it a low center of gravity and firm stance.