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Richard Chaffers' Factory (perhaps). Bust of George II (ruled 1727-60). Bewigged, and wearing armour, the Garter Star, and a cloak draped about his shoulders and fastened with an oval cabochon brooch, supported on an associated black marble socle. Soft-paste porcelain (probably steatitic), press-moulded and glazed, height 44.5 cm (including socle), height 34.8 cm, width 30.5 cm, circa 1750-1760. England, Liverpool. Rococo.
18th CenturyarmourbreastplatebustceramicscuirassEnglishFitz_AAgartersGeorge IIGeorgianheadskingsmalemonarchsmonarchymouldedorder of the garterporcelainportraitspowdered wigRichard Chaffers FactoryRococorulerssculpturesoclesoft-paste porcelainwhitewigs