Pair of Staffordshire Bocage Figures of Hounds, 1820-30, probably by Enoch Wood, a Pointer and a Setter, on a floral rock base with bocage behind, 5½”, restoration to tails, two legs of pointer and one bocage.
See – English Porcelain Animals of the 19th century, D.G. Rice, pg. 99. Modeled after Derby originals, 1790s, possibly the work of William Coffee.
See – People, Passions, Pastimes and Pleasures, Staffordshire Figures 1810-1835. Myrna Schkolne. Chapter 25. Pg. 222. Influenced by the famed image of Dash, Spanish Pointer, 1801, from Rev. William Daniel’s Rural Sports.
The engraving in reverse appears on the title page of the Sporting Magazine in the late 1700s.