Ceramic statuette with some under-glaze colour (blue), and other colours painted on. The figure is of a shepherdess, with crook, resting against a ruin or possibly a large tree. She is in 18th- or early 19th-century costume.
Painted ceramic deer statuette, possibly a child’s toy. Damaged.
Ceramic German-import doll’s head with painted features. The teeth remain. The (glass) eyes and hair are gone.
Treacle-glazed ceramic chicken whistle, made in a two-piece mould. There is a circular hole moulded in the chicken’s back, The tail is missing but would have had a hole to blow into.
Head of a female statuette, wearing a cap of the sort popular in the 1900s and 1910s. Decorated with green under-glaze wash on the cap.