Another rapid departure from Andrew's site was this little tiger.
Note the ball traditionally beneath a lion's paw has in these cases been simplified into a blue blob that is almost an extension of the leg. I think that these small felines were made by the potter John Hall, who was not the most persnickety of potters when it came to details. His work has a charming sloppiness. Hall used several types of bocages and flowers, but he really favored red and blue bocage flowers in combination. These large 6-pointed star-like flowers in my experience only occur on figures with Hall features. In preparing my book, I was thrilled to discover them on this marked Hall figure of Elijah, below.