If you’re still shopping for Christmas presents then be sure to check out the Perfect Pieces website, www.PerfectPieces.co.uk. We have a wide range of antique pottery and collectable gift ideas to suit all budgets!
Here are a few Christmas present ideas for under £50:
Lovely Poole Aegean spear dish, adorable Beswick Winnie The Pooh collectable figurine, collectable Hornby loco & tender, attractive PenDelfin Event Piece, and a collectable PenDelfin gallery Series plaque Wakey.
If you have more than £50 to spend or less than £50 to spend then simply use the menus at the top of our website to select your price range. You’ll then be able to view everything we have to offer to suit your budget! If you have any questions on Christmas delivery times or specific order requests then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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?
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.
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We have a wide choice of collectables for sale on PerfectPieces.co.uk including this lovely Royal Doulton figurine Symphony, pictured below:
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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If you’ve been trying to find a perfect gift for someone and their new baby then why not take a look at the superb range of Beatrix Potter figurines produced by the Beswick pottery? Having charmed collectors for years Beswick’s classic range of Beatrix Potter’s figurines are beautifully modelled and delicately decorated.
The Beswick Beatrix Potter figurine Mrs Rabbit & Bunnies is a perfect gift for a family welcoming a new addition! Modelled by Beswick modeller David Lyttleton this figurine was first introduced into the Beatrix Potter range in 1974. It simply shows Mrs Rabbit sitting on her chair cradling her little bunnies.
To see further information on this adorable Mrs Rabbit figurine, please – click here.
There’s a whole range of figurines produced by the Beswick pottery using the inspiration of Beatrix Potter. To see the other Beswick figurines we currently have available please – click here.
The enchanted world of Beatrix Potter has been brought alive by Beswick in their Beatrix Potter figurines. Not only did Beswick model Beatrix Potter but they also created a range of WInnie The Pooh figurines and Alice In Wonderland figurines – all often referred to as Storybook figurines.
We have just added a new Beatrix Potter figurine to our Beswick Beatrix Potter items, a Mr Alderman Ptolemy. He was modelled by Graham Tongue and was issued from 1973 to 1997. This example has the Beswick BP-3b pottery mark on its base. The pottery mark known as the BP-3b was in use by the pottery from c1974 to c1985. Given this information this particular example of Mr Alderman Ptolemy dates c1974-1985.
These figurines have a strong collectors market in the UK, being based on popular children’s tales has ensured they continue to appeal years after their first introduction.
To see our full range of Beatrix Potter figurines made by Beswick, click here.
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.