Among the most desirable of all Royal Doulton Lambeth productions are those depicting scenes of flora and fauna from Australasia.
Extracted from Antiques Trade Gazette | ATG Reporter
This rare 10in x 7in (25 x 17cm) plaque, painted with a kangaroo and joey in a bush landscape, includes the monogram of the celebrated factory artist Hannah Barlow (1851-1916).
At Lawrences (22% buyer’s premium) of Crewkerne on October 11 it sold at £1900 (estimate £300-500). Similar Barlow plaques depicting a cow and cat in a barn and three horses in a field sold at £1600 and £700 respectively.