FRIT TEXTURED PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE POODLES, CIRCA 1920S
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Few items of decor are more charming than Staffordshire pottery dogs, which emerged from the kilns of Staffordshire County, England, in the mid-1800s and were produced until the early 1900s. During the reign of Queen Victoria, it was the fashion for middle-class families to place them on their mantels. These poodles are adorned with "frit," which consists of small pieces of porcelain fused to create the appearance of curly fur.