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Fabulous and very rare pair of early Victorian Staffordshire prancing horse figures. Horse figures are uncommon, especially with painted decorative spots. The exact same figure, when painted with black stipes, was used to portray zebras from the London zoo. The figures are mirror opposites.

Origin: England, ca. 1840. Condition: excellent, no chips, cracks or repairs, normal glaze crazing. Size: 6-1/2" tall; 6" long.
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Elephant Spill holder

Prancing Zebras.
7" high. c.1860. small piece of glaze missing to mane. Left facing
Ref. 1566 - £295 pair Scroll down to bottom of the page:

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Right facing Elephant on eBay

Pair prancing Zebra.Staffordshire pottery circa 1860.PRICE £385 Dimensions in Inches: 6
Price Guide: A (less than £500)

Pair of 19th Century Zebra 4.75'' High x 4.5'' Wide. Both w/Leg and Neck Repairs Sold Chicago $150

Excellent quality Thomas Parr pair of royal children on Shetland Ponies. 8.75" high. Perfect. c.1850.
Ref. 580 - £1,100 Pair