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  1. Pierrot Clown, a Florence & George Exclusive

    For less than the price of two dozen long stemmed roses, why not get the doll enthusiast in your life a rose they’ll really enjoy? Florence & George Yellow Rose Pierrot is a chic hand-painted porcelain Pierrot half-doll, based on the original 1920’s molds and painted in original yellow and cream colors, with a delicate yellow vintage-fabric faux-rose "skirt". Handmade exclusively for Florence & George in America. Learn More
    $89.00

  2. Easter Angel Doll by Debbee Thibault

    During the Depression Era of the 1930’s starving American artists were commissioned to produce art in the American spirit through the the government-sponsored WPA program. Among these commissioned art works were dolls. Contemporary American artist Debbee Thibault has become known for her excellent work in recreating the style and spirit of those WPA dolls. Each handmade paper mache "Easter Angel" is a unique example of her personal touch with a wire halo, outstretched wings, and even her own paper mache teddy bear. "Easter Angel" has jointed arms, detailed facial modeling, and a weighed paper mache base which is signed and numbered by the artist. Learn More
    $275.00

  3. Bathing Beauty, by Maree Massey

    This bisque bathing beauty has been affectionately nicknamed ''show-off'' by Australian artist Maree Massey and what an ironic name as it is the skill of Massey which is truly shown-off. She comes posing on a cushion and she boasts a mohair wig, bonnet and swim suit of antique metallic lace (bonnets and suits may vary as each is made individually). Learn More
    $255.00

  4. The Happy Couple, a Hand Carved Wooden Ornament

    The Happy Couple is a hand carved wooden ornament inspired by originals in German toy museums and hand-carved and painted in a small studio in the Oberammergau. 12". Learn More
    $98.00

  5. 1940's Boy & Girl, Made in Germany

    They're not Dick and Jane, but they almost might be. Made in Germany from the original molds, the pair features a 1940's style boy and girl. Of pressed composition and hand-painted. SD-252 Learn More

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price $15.00

  6. Polly Put The Kettle On by Debbee Thibault

    Contemporary American paper-mache artist Debbee Thibault is a master sculptor in the grand tradition of the WPA sculptors of the early 1930’s. Her belief that “like a fingerprint each handmade piece is truly unique” is evident in all her works, including the heart-warming “Polly Put the Kettle On.” Each hand-made Polly is individually handcrafted of paper-mache, hand-painted in vibrant yet antiqued colors for a lively yet aged appearance. Polly has jointed arms, detailed facial modeling, and a weighed base which is signed and numbered on the bottom. 12". SD-227. $296. Learn More
    $296.00

  7. Porcelain Bonzo Dog

    Bonzo is a pudgy spotted pup created by George Studdy of England in the 1920's. Bonzo became so popular that he appeared in books, figurines, clocks, postcards and pintrays. The antique collectibles are very expensive, if you can find them. But here's good news! Now a German porcelain firm, under license, is re-creating several Bonzo porcelain figures they originally made in the 1920's. The Porcelain Bonzo dog is 2" H. SD-223 Learn More

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price $15.00

  8. Porcelain Bonzo Dog

    What Does Bonzo Know? Why do some characters capture our imagination for decades and decades after their creation? Is it their devil-may-care manner? Their sense of the ridiculous? And why is it that most of these characters are animals - especially cats or dogs? Bonzo is one, for certain, a pudgy spotted pup created by George Studdy of England in the 1920's. Bonzo became so popular that he appeared in books, figurines, clocks, postcards and pintrays. The antique collectibles are very expensive, if you can find them. But here's good news! Now a German porcelain firm, under license, is re-creating several Bonzo porcelain figures they originally made in the 1920's. The Porcelain Bonzo dog is 2" H. SD-221 Learn More

    Regular Price: $25.00

    Special Price $15.00

  9. Porcelain Bonzo Bud Vase

    So remarkable is the amusing little figure of Bonzo that he is instantly recognized today, 80 years after he first appeared in comic strips drawn by George Studdy. Our porcelain Bonzo was made in Germany from the original molds. He began life as a toothbrush holder, but you might want to use him to hold a pencil, toothpicks, or even a little bouquet of dried flowers, or just to make you smile. 3". Learn More
    $35.00

  10. Boy With Puppy, an Old Store Stock German Porcelain Figure

    Old Store Stock German Porcelain Figure of Boy Playing with His Puppy. Made in Germany about 1940, of fine porcelain with delicately shaded colors. We have very limited quantities. Learn More
    $49.00

  11. Girl With Puppy, an Old Store Stock German Porcelain Figure

    Old Store Stock German Porcelain Figure of Girl Playing with Her Puppy. Made in Germany about 1940, of fine porcelain with delicately shaded colors. We have very limited quantities. Learn More
    $49.00

  12. Wooden Noah's Ark, by Werner

    You know the Ark had to be big, After all, it was carrying a lot of animals. If you need any proof just take a look at Werner’s Wooden Noah’s Ark set. The Ark, itself is almost two feet long and over a foot tall. The side plates can be removed to show the interior and the roof opens to show the living quarters of Noah and his wife, whose hand-carved and hand-painted figures are also included. Certainly the nicest feature, though, is the extensive assortment of 25 pairs of animals including animals as big as elephants and as small as doves. Lions, tiger, bears, oh my, what a group of wooden hand-carved animals from Werner. All pieces, both animal and Ark are hand carved and painted in the eastern mountains of Germany. Learn More
    $595.00

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