Offered for sale is a Royal Doulton "Falstaff” figurine. It was designed by renowned Royal Doulton Art Director Charles J Noke in 1949 and was first issued in 1950.
Sir John Falstaff is a fictional character who appears in three plays by William Shakespeare as a companion to Prince Hal, the future King Henry V.
Falstaff is wearing a pink shirt which his ample belly has stretched to the garment's limits. He has a cape which has been caught by the wind. On his hands he wears gauntlet gloves and has a belt and buckle as well as a sash. The sash carries his sabre at his side. He is wearing tall, thigh length boots. Behind Falstaff is a pink and blue wicker theatre chest which is partially covered by a cloth. The folds of the fabric pool around his feet.
Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or signs of restoration.
Free delivery to UK Mainland. International customers please contact us via email for costs or to arrange your own courier collection. Please note, we do not use Hermes or Yodel for our deliveries and do require a mobile contact number for all deliveries.
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