Staffordshire porcelain bust of Lord Brougham, circa 1830, champion of the Reform and other liberal causes

Brougham won popular renown for helping defeat the 1820 Pains and Penalties Bill, an attempt by the widely disliked George IV to annul his marriage to Caroline of Brunswick. He became an advocate of liberal causes including abolition of the slave trade, free trade and parliamentary reform.

Height: 4 ¾”

Condition: Good


Antique porcelain political historical commemorative ceramics English 19th century