This is a large porcelain Borsato figural group titled "Canine Casualty", Bor 1091. The piece depicts a man kneeling down next to two dogs, one white with black spots and the other brown. The spotted dog is arching up towards his owner to be scratched, a reward for catching the rabbit that is laying next to them. The hunter has his rifle and ammunition laying behind him as they all rest in front of what looks to be a shrine. The spotted dog has been injured as there is a bandage wrapped around his leg. The sculpture is exquisitely detailed as to be expected with an Antonio Borsato work. There are Borsato foil stickers and all the appropriate hallmarks on the underside of the piece. It is in excellent condition as there is no damage of any kind. It measures 8.5" wide, 6.75" deep, and 8.5" tall.