About fifteen years ago, I bought the little dog below at auction in the UK. Titled "& VAL LAY", she clearly was one of a pair, and I would have loved to have owned her mate too.
As pretty as the pair is, these dogs reside an ocean apart. I have searched for all these years to find a Rover to pair with my Val, but to no avail. The only other Rover I have seen is the dog below, untitled, with a different "Sherratt" bocage and a black rather than deep brown coat.
Unrecorded figures do keep coming to light. Recently, John Howard added this sweet little cow spill vase to his site. The floral garlands on the base are a definitive "Sherratt" feature, and the cow is of the same form as other "Sherratt" cows, so I am confident of the attribution.
Recently, I bought a small pair of figures at auction in the US. Thrown into a lot of five figures, they certainly did not get the respect they deserve. They are an unrecorded pair of enamel-painted figures that can be attributed to Ralph Wood and date to circa 1785. I know of figures of this form only from a pair in the literature, said to be in the Southport Museum. Both the museum figures are unpainted and are impressed "Ra. Wood Burslem"; and the male figure is impressed "78" in the manner of other Ralph Wood figures.