Victorian Rare Small Bronze John Bull With Bulldog Figurine
1 Antique Victorian Rare Miniature Bronze John Bull With Bulldog Statue.
John Bull is a national personification of the United Kingdom in general and England in particular,especially in political cartoons and similar graphic works. He is usually depicted as a stout, middle-aged, country-dwelling, jolly and matter-of-fact man.
Origin of John Bull originated as a satirical character created by John Arbuthnot, a friend of Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope. Bull first appeared in 1712 in Arbuthnot's pamphlet Law is a Bottomless Pit.
Bull was portrayed as an Anglo-Saxon country dweller.As a literary figure, John Bull is well-intentioned, frustrated, full of common sense, and entirely of native country stock. Unlike Uncle Sam later, he is not a figure of authority but rather a yeoman who prefers his small beer and domestic peace, possessed of neither patriarchal power nor heroic defiance.
Made from fine cast bronze set on thin base.
Circa late Victorian 19th century.
Origin from England.
Bought from out of a private collection.
Ready to display in your home.
Fabulous collectors gift.
Perfect to suit and home interior design theme.
Offered in fine used condition.
Having various charming noticeable patina age wear stains commensurate with usage & old age.
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Dimensions in centimetres approximate
High (10 cm)
Width of base(6.5cm)
Length depth (7.5cm)
W: 6.5cm (2.6")H: 10cm (3.9")D: 7.5cm (3")
Victorian (1837 to 1901)
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