A Staffordshire earthenware figure of Lady Jane Franklin (1792-1875) by unknown

A Staffordshire earthenware figure of Lady Jane Franklin (1792-1875)

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A Staffordshire earthenware figure of Lady Jane Franklin (1792-1875) by unknown zoom

A Staffordshire earthenware figure of Lady Jane Franklin (1792-1875)

A Staffordshire earthenware figure of Lady Jane Franklin (1792-1875), wife of the Arctic explorer Sir John Franklin, forming a pair with that of her husband. The figure is predominantly white with the head and base painted in natural colours, 'LADY FRANKLIN' in gold on the base. She wears a wreath of flowers, a dress with oversleeves and an apron. Lady Jane played a leading role in funding and encouraging the search for her husband's missing expedition during the late 1840s and 1850s.

Object number: AAA5958

Date: circa 1855

Overall: 265 mm x 115 mm x 85 mm

  • Image reference: S0369

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