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2824 [WEB APPROVED] Figurine, draped woman, plinth inscribed with 'Diana', terracotta, made by John Broad, for Doulton & Watts, Lambeth, London, England, c.1880. Click to enlarge.

Royal Doulton ‘Diana’ figurine

Made by Doulton & Co (Lambeth works) in Lambeth, England, c.1880.

Figure, "Diana", terracotta, made by John Broad for Doulton and Watts, Lambeth, England, c.1880. Buff coloured earthenware moulded figure of a bare-breasted woman wearing a short tunic tied at the waist, one arm raised reaching for an arrow from the rectangular quiver at her back, standing on a circular plinth (OF). Terra Cotta figure "Diana" (SB).

Summary

Object No.

2824

Object Statement

Figurine, draped woman, plinth inscribed with 'Diana', terracotta, made by John Broad, for Doulton & Watts, Lambeth, London, England, c.1880

Physical Description

Figure, "Diana", terracotta, made by John Broad for Doulton and Watts, Lambeth, England, c.1880. Buff coloured earthenware moulded figure of a bare-breasted woman wearing a short tunic tied at the waist, one arm raised reaching for an arrow from the rectangular quiver at her back, standing on a circular plinth (OF). Terra Cotta figure "Diana" (SB).

Marks

On front of plinth: "DIANA".On base, incised: "2P".

Dimensions

Height

302 mm

Width

97 mm

Depth

73 mm

Production

Notes

Made by John Broad for Doulton & Watts, Lambeth, London.

Made c.1880. Many items acquired in this collection have marks from 1879-1883 on them. A loan report dated 12/10/1992 gives the date as c.1880.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Royal Doulton 'Diana' figurine 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 February 2020, <https://ma.as/13390>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/13390 |title=Royal Doulton 'Diana' figurine |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=17 February 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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