Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point
Pointer Dog at Point

Image credit: Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

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This bronze casting was designed by Pierre Jules Mêne, the internationally famous 'animalier', and appears in the 1877 Coalbrookdale Company catalogue (No. 149). Described as 'Pointer dog at point', the price list shows the casting priced at £1 18s 6d.

Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron



Pointer Dog at Point






H 12.9 x W 28.9 x D 9 cm

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Signature/marks description

inscribed near front left foot: P. J. MÊNE

Inscription description

stamped on side: BRONZE; stamped on base edge: COALBROOKDALE COMY


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