VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE THEATRICAL FIGURE OF PRINCE CHARMING IN PLAY CINDERELLA

This is a genuine Victorian Staffordshire Figure of an actor in the role of Prince Charming, in the play "Cinderella". This figure may be found in Pugh's "Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era", page 376. I guarantee this to be a genuine Victorian Staffordshire figure, not a reproduction. The figure is approximately 7" tall and is colored in the round. A similar but not identical figure is also shown in Harding's "Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book One", page 339. Upon first glance this figure looks pretty good but it has some damage and repairs. The tip of his left shoe has been off and restuck. My guess is that the figure at one time was detached at the base as the right foot shows some repair work on the underside, and there is a visible line between the cloak and base. Also the back side shows an old layer of glaze coming off. The figure could be enjoyed as is or is worthy of restoration. Winning bidder pays actual cost of shipping and insurance, no additional for handling or materials. I will happily combine items in shipping if more than one item is purchased and it is appropriate to do so, so please see my other items for sale. Also, please feel free to contact me with any questions. I prefer PayPal but will accept other means of payment.