British Centuries

Prattware figure of Roger Giles, circa 1835

Prattware type figure of Roger Giles, circa 1835. Roger was a farmer who became notorious for inadvertently claiming, through poor grammar, that he could lay eggs rather than his chickens. Modelled as a salt or pepper pot. Yorkshire. Small chips and glaze losses

Details and Pricing

  • Media: Earthenware
  • Size: 11 cm
  • Price: £320

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