Two 19th Century Staffordshire figures, the first modelled as Lord Byron sat on a painted clock face, the second a man kneeling down to feed a baby deer, both unmarked, tallest 20cm, together with a Pratt ware mug decorated with black and white tonal transfer scenes of classical ladies and horses, all to a red ground with diamond registration mark to the base for 20th April 1861. (3)
Will Farmer - Director
Ceramics, Glass, Oriental & Decorative Arts
Will specialises in 20th Century decorative arts covering ceramics, glass and furniture. He studied at the Birmingham School of Jewellery undertaking a combined BA Hons in silversmithing and Fine Art history. Notable finds include a Martin Brothers Stoneware bird selling for £20,500 and a rare collection of documents relating to the Stourbridge Glass Industry selling locally for over £22,000. Will is now in his eighth season as an expert on BBC's Antiques Roadshow.