I have not been able to identify this group figure spill vase. It is beautifully modeled and very colorful. The figure measures 8" tall. In the center is a tree with shredded clay decoration. In front of the tree is a campfire. On the left is a female figure standing on a barrel. She is wearing a red cape or shawl. On the right is a much small figure with cobalt blue top. There is a gilded line on the base. From the front this figure looks near perfect. However there is a chip on the top of the spill vase. The back reveals a break near the base. It has an old repair and is quite stable. There is a mold crack up the left side. Again tight and stable.
19th Century Victorian Flatback Staffordshire Group Figure