This delightful little money box (as we call them here in the UK) was produced in Staffordshire, England during the 19th century. This gorgeous Victorian green pottery money box is modelled as a King Charles Spaniel. Due to its small size this item would have been produced for a child. This item is a rare survivor due to the nature of this type of money box. Once money is inserted into box, the only way it can be released is via breaking the money box open. This is the perfect antique for any who loves all things farmhouse or who collects childhood antiques.
Measuring: Width 3.5 inch (9 cm) by height 2 7/8 inch (7 cm). Depth 3 inch (8 cm).
Condition: As you can see from our images, impatient little hands have in the past attempted to get to their pennies, with a part breakage to the base only. However, displays excellently.
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