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Item/Description: Vintage ca 1920s-1960s Scottish Terrier/Scottie Dog OR Fox Terrier OR Airedale Terrier OR Schnauzer figural animal planter.
***This adorable art pottery figurine would also delightfully and decoratively serve as a clever kitchen window/sink Brillo pad/sponge/small utensils holder, or even as a charming desk accessory holder for pens & pencils!
Age/Period: Vintage - ca. 1920s-1960s
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings/Country of Origin: Unknown (underside of figure retains some of its original felt which we have been unable to remove so as to ascertain if there even are any markings). It seems to resemble an American Bisque pottery piece, but because we are not experts as regards pottery wares, we will leave the final determination to you.
Material(s)/Format: Ceramic bisque pottery.
Size/Measurements: Nearly 6"H x 4"W x 3 1/4"Deep
Quantity: One (1)
Condition: Excellent, evincing no nicks, chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. Planter section was used for its originally-intended purpose, so there is a bit of soil on the interior portion of the planter. Being referenced for purposes of accuracy is a “from the factory” under-the-glaze off white circle mark on the back side of the statue.