Mid-Victorian statuette of man in chair, crudely painted and made in the Staffordshire potteries – possibly a fairing. There are signs that the head (missing) had, in the past, been cemented back on.
Shrine statuette of praying figures (Mary and John?) facing, before Christ on the Cross. Cherubs and a cross adorn the canopy. Some orange-yellow over-glaze paint has been applied to the base of the shrine and the cherubs’ wings.
Statuette of praying angel with cross to the rear, symbolising the Annunciation?
Toy clown statuette with colouring to face. This may have been a fairing.
Children’s heads from a fairing – a cheap statuette given away as a prize at the fairground.
Plain white statuette of a woman partly sitting in a couch or bed. Fairings were small ornaments given away as prizes at the fair. This may be one.
Mid-Victorian man in chair, with purple jacket, orange striped trousers, and plain waistcoat. Fairings were cheap ceramic statuettes, given away as prizes at the fair. This is probably one.