men have had as many carved and moulded effigies made of them
as John Wesley. These range from the mid-eighteenth century caricature
carved from the vertebra of a horse, to the superbly modeled late
eighteenth century busts by Enoch Wood. Wesley busts, plaques
and figures were made of wax, wood, ivory, metals and other materials,
but it is ceramic items that are most numerous.
ceramic busts by
|Included within this collection is a bust of George Whitefield (1714-1770), an open-air preacher who toured the British Isles.|