Typically in the form of small white glazed porcelain models, made from 1858 to 1939 crested ware items carry the coat of arms of the place where they were sold. Carlton, Shelley and Arcadian, made souvenir crested ware but Goss is considered the most collectable.
This sweet little crested ware item has been created in the design of a dog (possibly a terrier or corgi) and bears the coat of arms for the town of Keswick in Cumbria. It measures approx. 3" in height, 3.75" in length and weighs 47g.
The makers mark is rather worn but can be identified as that of Grafton China (A. B. J. & Sons) of Stoke-on-Trent it also bears the painted number 432 over a 4.
It is in good condition with no cracks, crazing or signs of repair. There appear to be very tiny chips / nicks to the tips of the ears which can be felt rather than seen and rough patches of glaze to the rear of each front paw.
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