An early Victorian Staffordshire fairing, a genuine fairing with a primitive design and glazing.
It features a person carrying a basket of fruit or vegetables.
It is solid, white earthenware, glazed.
Made in England in the Victorian era, fairings are aptly named as they were originally handed out as prizes at fairs, they were usually around 3" in height with many modelled with comical scenes with captions, though these uncaptioned fairings are now more sought after.
A lovely little piece perfect for the collector and small enough to fit to the decor of any room.
Good antique condition, small amount of colour loss.
Approx 3" height, 2" width and 0.5" length.
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