First,the earthenware part. Among the Walton figures, is this model of a lady reading. It occurs with either a bocage or spill holder, as you see below.
Now let's move on to dismiss the belief that Walton only made enamel-painted figures. Look at this little lion. It is marked WALTON in impressed letters on a ribbon. Quite obviously, it is decorated with enamel colors.
Here we have the same lion again, but this time he is decorated in underglaze
colors. I was THRILLED to discover him last week when I was working with a
private collection. The bocage is lost--I believe in manufacture. This lone
survivor attests to Walton's use of more than one decorative coloring technique.