Bretby Terracotta Bust of a Bull Dog, circa 1890

A large Bretby pottery bust of a bull dog, circa 1890. The finely potted bust, painted in naturalistic style, and having inset glass eyes. He is wearing a studded collar, which has a nameplate inscribed ‘Tom Crossley, Lyn Dene, Huddersfield’.
Pierced to the reverse for suspension on a wall.
Impressed factory marks to the reverse.

Measures: Height – 17.5 cm, 6 7/8”.
Width – 22 cm, 8 5/8”.
Depth – 25 cm, 9 7/8”.

Condition – Chip to one stud – please see images for detail.

Medium: Ceramic

Height: 17.50 cm, 7"

Width: 22.00 cm, 9"

Depth: 25.00 cm, 10"