Below are two figures of Aesculapius, the Greco-Roman god of medicine.
On the other hand, another pearlware model of Aesculapius decorated in underglaze colors was made. The example alongside differs from the Brown Base and Dale figures above.
The underglaze-decorated Aesculapius, made circa 1800, is after the earlier Derby porcelain figure model. Alongside you see a Derby figure made circa 1775.
Last but not least, is this little Roger Giles at Nestegg Antiques. This is the "Sherratt" example, and if you want a Roger Giles, this is the model to buy.
I note that Nestegg Antiques also has a pretty Virgin Mary that can be attributed to Dudson--its always nice to have a figure that can be linked to its pot bank of origin, is it not?