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    Posted 5 years ago

    daddydappa
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    AS IM TWIRLING THROUGH THE NET TRYING TO FIND OUT MORE INFO ON MY PEICE I CAME ACROSS THIS SITE SO THOUGHT I WOULD SHARE IMAGES FOR ALL YOU CAT LOVERS.ALL THOUGH IT LOOKS LIKE DAMAGE AROUND THE FEET IT IS NOT. IT WAS ONCE GILDED WITH GOLD AROUND THE FEET BUT DUE TO AGE HAS DETERIORATED OVER TIME.THIS IS A VERY CLEAN PEICE .HOPE YOU ENJOY THE IMAGES .SIGNING OUT DAPPA...

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    1. Gillian, 5 years ago
      Showing results for nationalarchives.gov.uk

      Search instead for Nationalarchives.org.uk

      The first link takes to a domain that is for sale. The second one takes you (I think) to where we should be?
    2. Gillian, 5 years ago
      Oooops-my apologies.

      https://www.google.ca/search?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=Nationalarchives.org.uk&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gfe_rd=cr&ei=YtCwWJK2C6SC8Qf8_Z2YCQ#channel=fs&q=nationalarchives.gov.uk&;*

      Could you tell me where you found the information about your cute cat?
    3. daddydappa daddydappa, 5 years ago
      IVE BENN SCROLLING THROUGH THE INTERNET ALL WEEK I CONTACTED BACK BY THE HNATIONALARCHIVES.ORG.GOV.UK ABOUT 5 DAYS AGO THEY GOT BACK TO ME TODAY BUT I HAD NOT ALSO ADDED THAT IT WAS MOULDED IN TWO PEICES AS AT THE TIME I DID NOT KNOW TO MUCH ABUT ANTIQUES SO AM WAITING FOR FURTHER REPLY. BUT THAY HAVE ALL READY DATED IT AT LEAST 18TH CENTURY I HAVE EMAIL FROM THEM AS SOUGHT OF PROVIDENCE DARE I SAY. ENJOY PICS......
    4. daddydappa daddydappa, 5 years ago
      ANY INFO THAT CAN HELP ME DATE OR CONFIRM A MAKER WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED AS IM NOT NO ANTIQUE EXPERT ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL TO ASK.
    5. maryh1956 maryh1956, 5 years ago
      I don’t know how they could date it just from photos
    6. maryh1956 maryh1956, 5 years ago
      I see a mould number in the third pic by the tail
    7. daddydappa daddydappa, 5 years ago
      rust spots on there own take an extremely long time to come to the surface look at the size of the one on his head. the number stamped into the piece is 4089 can not find any info although some one has suggested to me it could be dutch just for the fact it has a windmill in the pic.if any one can shed any more light on this please feel free to comment. all comments welcome .
    8. kyratango kyratango, 5 years ago
      Hi, welcome to CW :-)

      Right, there is a stylised Dutch windmill in the decor!

      The design of your cat is not consistent with 18th century (or earlier!) style... too much elongated neck, more in the 1970 style...

      See there for 18th century Delft cat:

      https://www.rm-auctions.com/fr/ceramiques-deurope/3874-un-chat-et-un-mouton-en-faience-polychrome-de-delft-18eme?c=21


      The "rust" spot on its head is only an imperfection during the glaze heating...

    9. daddydappa daddydappa, 5 years ago
      thank you kyratango i will edit title now as don't want to give out false info. thanks.

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