Late 18th Century James Quinn as Falstaff Derby Porcelain

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Description

Circa 1791 James Quinn as Falstaff Derby Porcelain. If you know your Shakespeare, you will immediately recognize this main character, from the Henry IV play. Falstaff is holding a wooden sword and is wearing the traditional garb of an army soldier or buccaneer. Made from porcelain and hand-painted, this figurine is very popular in England.

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions L 6 x W 10 x H 16 in
Style / Period

Traditional

Year / Century

1791

Place of Origin

England

Material

Porcelain

Condition

""The wooden sword has a small chip in the base and tip; paint peeling. The sword is not original. A wooden sword has been used as a replacement. Shield has been repaired.""

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