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.
Hollow moulded statuette of woman in what appears to be eastern European dress, holding a fan.
Torso of statue of man in Tudor dress, with robe, thick padded sleeves, chain and medallion. Traces of gilding visible on parts; parts retain under-glaze colour. Possibly a Renaissance figure such as Henry VIII.
Small ceramic meditating Buddha statuette with the base broken off. Possibly of foreign manufacture.
Pearlware Staffordshire dog’s head, holding a basket of flowers in its mouth, c. 1840. Discarded before 1883.
Heads from tiny statuettes (ornaments or toys). The one on the left has been lightly coloured.