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Beswick Winnie The Pooh & Royal Doulton Figurines – Perfect For Christmas!

If you’re looking for a cute Christmas present for a Winnie The Pooh lover then why not take a look at the collectable Disney Pooh figurine below?

Beswick Winnie The Pooh Figurine - Albert Hallam

This figurine is a Bewsick Pottery collectible designed by Albert Hallam. A whole range was produced by Beswick featuring among others Piglet, Eeyore and Kanga! This Winnie The Pooh is sitting down wearing a red jumper and measures approximately 2.5″ tall.

Click here to see more pictures of Winnie

We have a wide choice of collectables for sale on PerfectPieces.co.uk including this lovely Royal Doulton figurine Symphony, pictured below:

Royal Doulton HN2287 Symphony Figurine

This Royal Doulton figure is Doulton model number HN2287 and was only made by the pottery in the early 1960’s – from 1961 until 1965. She is a very elegant lady sitting down playing her instrument in a caramel coloured dress.

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Beswick Pooh Bear Starring in the Sunday Mirror

This Sunday, 21st September 2008, our Beswick Winnie The Pooh figurine was featured in the Treasure Hunters section of the Sunday Mirror newspaper!

In the question and answer section of the Treasure Hunters section of the newspaper a reader had written in to enquire about the price of some of the figurines from the Beswick range designed by Albert Hallam.  It was the photograph of our Beswick Winnie The Pooh figurine that was used as an illustration within the reply to the reader.

These original Winnie The Pooh figurines were produced by the Beswick factory. The series consisted of Winnie The Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet, Rabbit, Owl, Kanga, Tigger, and Christopher Robin. All were designed by Albert Hallam and produced from 1968 to 1990 except Tigger and Christopher Robin who were designed slightly later by Graham Tongue and produced from 1971 until 1990.

To see more photographs of this cheeky looking and now famous Pooh Bear please – click here.