Catalogue No: A026
A figure of a muzzled bear naturalistically decorated and seated on a mound base. Its claws have been exaggerated in the moulding for a fearsome figure that reflects the savage cultural perception of the animal in an era where bear-baiting was either a recent memory or a reality.
Approx - 10 inches (255mm) tall, 12 inches (300mm) long.
In very good condition throughout save small chip to base.
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