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NEW STOCK – PenDelfin Collectors Handbook Signed By Jean Walmsley Heap For Sale

A recent addition to the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin Rabbit section is a superb PenDelfin Collectors Handbook that has actually been signed by PenDelfin founder Jean Walmsley Heap.

PenDelfin Collectors Handbook BY Stella Ashbrook - Signed By Jean Walmsley Heap

The PenDelfin Collectors Handbook was written by Stella Ashbrook, and this version is the 2nd edition of the handbook published in 1999. It is a lovely PenDelfin collectors book with 100’s of colour photographs and detailed information about the PenDelfin rabbit family – a must for any PenDelfin collector.

CLICK HERE – To view this PenDelfin Handbook

We have a wide range of retired PenDelfin rabbits for sale including PenDelfin Family Circle club rabbits and many PenDelfin display stands and PenDelfin china plates! If you’re looking for a specific rabbit just let us know.

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PenDelfin Old School House Rabbits For Sale – Boswell, Digit & More…

Collecting PenDelfin rabbits can be endless! There are so many PenDelfin display stands and different rabbit models as well as different colour-ways within the different models that you can soon run out of rabbit space!

If you have the PenDelfin Old School House, there are a whole range of PenDelfin rabbits that fit well within it, here is just a small selection of PenDelfin models we have for sale at the moment that you might like for your PenDelfin rabbit school:

PenDelfin Rabbit Boswell, Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Rabbit Boswell, Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Rabbit Digit, Doreen Noel Roberts PenDelfin Rabbit Tripper, Jean Walmsley Heap

A perfect PenDelfin teacher – the PenDelfin Boswell in green and a PenDelfin Boswell in red! The PenDelfin Didgit is perfect for front of the class and the PenDelfin Tripper is almost like a boarding school rabbit!

We have a whole range of retired PenDelfin rabbits for sale including many early pieces such as the PenDelfin Dungaree Father rabbit and PenDelfin Gallery Series plaques.

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PenDelfin Display Stands – FOR SALE!

 

If you’re building up a PenDelfin rabbit collection then you’ll need some PenDelfin display stands to stand some of your PenDelfin rabbits on. We currently have three great PenDelfin stands for sale all designed by PenDelfin founder Jean Walmsley Heap. They are all perfect for displaying quite a few PenDelfin rabbits:

PenDelfin Original Bandstand - Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Bandstand - Jean Walmsley Heap

Original PenDelfin Bandstand and the later version PenDelfin Bandstand

The PenDelfin Bandstand is a popular stand for standing those musical PenDelfin rabbits on and having Thumper & his Piano at the side tinkering away. There are a total of seven steps on both versions which is great for making up a PenDelfin band! The original Bandstand which was produced by PenDelfin from c1964-1973 has smooth steps whilst the later version introduced in 1973 has detailing to its steps.

The third PenDelfin stand we currently have for sale is the lovely PenDelfin Christmas Island:

PenDelfin Christmas Island - Jean Walmsley Heap

This PenDelfin display stand is very large and is perfect for creating a large and interesting PenDelfin Christmas Scene as is holds lots of PenDelfin rabbits! With snow covered trees and cobbles it really is a lovely PenDelfin stand.

We have a wide range of PenDelfin rabbits for sale, so why not check them out and see what you’re missing from your collection! Click here to view our current selection of PenDelfin rabbits… and if you’re looking for display stands then…

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PenDelfin Christmas Scene Clanger Rabbit – FOR SALE

If you’re looking for that odd PenDelfin rabbit to complete a group or simply need to replace a damaged PenDelfin then be sure to check out the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin rabbit section. We’ve recently added some retired PenDelfin rabbits to our website including this lovely and collectable Christmas PenDelfin Clanger rabbit:

PenDelfin Clanger - PenDelfin Christmas Scene by Jean Walmsley Heap

This example of the PenDelfin Clanger is wearing the Christmas outfit of red jacket and green decoration to his bell meaning he belongs to the PenDelfin Christmas Scene which was only produced by PenDelfin for the Canadian and US markets and in a limited number of only 2000. Originally designed by Jean Walmsley Heap he is a lovely PenDelfin rabbit looking to reunited with his fellow Christmas rabbits – Solo and Jingle!  Click here to view more pictures of this collectable PenDelfin rabbit…

We have a wide range of retired PenDelfin rabbits in stocks, including early PenDelfin rabbits and PenDelfin display stands.

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NEW STOCK – PenDelfin Kicthen Rabbits For Sale!

We have some new additions to the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin rabbit section including a number of retired PenDelfin rabbits perfect for the PenDelfin Kitchen display stand:

PenDelfin Scoffer Rabbit - Doreen Noel Roberts PenDelfin Rabbit Vanilla, Doreen Noel Roberts PenDelfin Rabbit Midge One Crumb - Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Pieface Rabbit by Doreen Noel Roberts PenDelfin Oliver Rabbit - Doreen Noel Roberts

We have the PenDelfin Scoffer, the PenDelfin Vanilla rabbit, the PenDelfin Midge rabbit, the retired PenDelfin rabbit Pieface, and the PenDelfin rabbit Oliver to name just a few! These PenDelfin rabbits are all retired from production now and except for the early PenDelfin Midge rabbit which was designed by Jean Walmsley Heap, they were all designed by Doreen Noel Roberts.

We have a wide range of PenDelfin figurines for sale including many PenDelfin Schoolhouse rabbits and PenDelfin Christmas rabbits. We also stock PenDelfin display stands and PenDelfin Family Circle club rabbits.

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NEW STOCK – Rare PenDelfin Picnic Basket For Sale

A new addition to the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin rabbit section is this adorable piece of PenDelfin – the PenDelfin Picnic Basket:

PenDelfin Picnic Basket - Jean Walmsley Heap

Retired PenDelfin Picnic Basket

Designed by Jean Walmsley Heap this is an early piece of PenDelfin pottery only produced by the factory in the 1960’s – from c1966 until 1968. This PenDelfin piece isn’t your typical PenDelfin rabbit as you can’t see his head as it’s inside the wicker basket! He looks a bit like Winnie The Pooh when he got stuck in the tree trunk!

We have a wide range of retired PenDelfin rabbits for sale including many early PenDelfin pieces and some PenDelfin display stands. If you’re looking for a specific rabbit then do let us know as our PenDelfin stock is regularly changing.

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NEW STOCK – Early PenDelfin Uncle Soames For Sale

A recent new addition to the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin rabbit section is this lovely early PenDelfin Uncle Soames:

PenDelfin Uncle Soames Rabbit - PenDelfin Butterfly Label

PenDelfin Uncle Soames Rabbit

The Uncle Soames rabbit was designed by Jean Walmsley Heap and is now retired from production. We know this is an earlier version of the model as he has large and impressive ears and has the early desirable PenDelfin butterfly label on his base which was used by the pottery in the late 1950’s.

The Uncle Soames rabbit was first introduced into the PenDelfiun rabbit family in c1959, making him one of the earlier PenDelfin rabbits – a perfect companion for Aunt Agatha!

We have a wide selection of retired PenDelfin rabbits for sale including another of Uncle Soames companions – the PenDelfin Dungaree father!

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PenDelfin or PenDelphin? It’s All In The Name!

PenDelfin rabbits are one of our specialities, here at Perfect Pieces. We always offer a wide range of retired rabbits, Family Circle Club rabbits and PenDelfin display stands for sale. A question we’ve been asked in the past quite a few times is – How do you spell PenDelfin?

We see many variations of the name around, here are some examples I’ve spotted recently:

Pen Delfin

PenDelfine

PenDelphin

PenDelfin

PenDolphin

Pen Delphin

So, the question remains which one is correct? Of course if you’re an avid PenDelfin collector you’ll have many rabbits in your home to check and if you’ve read any of the Perfect Pieces pages correctly you’ll know! It is of course PenDelfin.

What started out as a hobby for two ladies – Jean Walmsley Heap and Jeannie Todd, back in 1953 in the shadow of the Pendle “Witch” hill near Burnley in Lancashire has become a popular worldwide collecting interest. Although PenDelfin rabbits are still in production today, the company has been sold off and the rabbits are now made in China – and you can certainly tell the difference! That’s why we focus only on British-made older PenDelfin rabbits, which are just as Jean and Jeannie meant them to be.

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Musical PenDelfin Rabbits – A PenDelfin Band To Sing About!

If you’re looking to add some music to your PenDelfin collection then see our PenDelfin band below which includes all retired PenDelfin Rabbits!

PenDelfin Bandstand - Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Rosa Designed By Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Margot Rabbit - Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Bongo Rabbit - Jean Walmsley Heap Retired PenDelfin Squeezy Rabbit - Jean Walmsley Heap PenDelfin Jingle Rabbit  - Doreen Noel ROberts

PenDelfin Bandstand, PenDelfin Rosa, PenDelfin Margot, PenDelfin Bongo, PenDelfin Squeezy & PenDelfin Jingle

To start a band off you need somewhere for your rabbits to practice – so why not take a look at our PenDelfin bandstand? Designed by Jean Walmsley Heap the PenDelfin Bandstand can hold at least 7 rabbits comfortably all ready to start practising their musical instruments. Click here for more pictures and info…

The PenDelfin Rosa rabbit is a lovely singing rabbit – this Rosa is dressed in a pink dress. She was designed by PenDelfin founder Jean Walmsley Heap and only made for a few years by the PenDelfin pottery, from 1982-1984. Click here for more info & pictures…

The PenDelfin Margot rabbit is a very early PenDelfin rabbit designed by Jean Walmsley Heap. PenDelfin Margot dates from 1957-1967 and is a simple little rabbit standing singing with her hands clasped at her front. This example of Margot has an early collectible rectangular label to her base. Click here for more pictures & info…

The PenDelfin Bongo rabbit is a very popular PenDelfin band member. Designed by Jean Walmsley Heap he sits happily banging away on his drum! His suit comes in many colours, we have a blue version and a red version. Click here for more pictures…

The PenDelfin Squeezy is another really early retired PenDelfin rabbit. He was produced by Jean Walmsley Heap and only produced by the PenDelfin Pottery from 1960 – 1970. He stands happily playing his instrument, this example is wearing blue trousers. Click here for more pictures…

Finally, the last PenDelfin rabbit pictured above is the PenDelfin Jingle rabbit. He is a little rabbit designed by Doreen Noel Roberts and stands holding is bell which he is happily ringing. Click here for more Jingle pictures…

This is only a small selection of the PenDelfin rabbits we currently have for sale and of the musical rabbits you can collect for your Bandstand. We currently have mostly retired PenDelfin rabbits, many PenDelfin Family Circle Club rabbits and collectable PenDelfin display stands.

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Retired PenDelfin Rabbits Bongo & Rolly – For Sale

Latest additions to the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin Rabbit section are these adorable PenDelfin band rabbits Bongo and Rolly:

Retired PenDelfin Bongo Rabbit - Jean Walmsley Heap Retired PenDelfin Rabbit Rolly - Jean Walmsley Heap

PenDelfin Bongo & PenDelfin Rolly

This PenDelfin Bongo is wearing a pink drummer’s jacket. He was designed by Jean Walmsley Heap and is one of the original members of the PenDelfin Rabbit band happy to sit on the old PenDelfin Bandstand and bang away on his drum. Retired from production by the PenDelfin pottery back in 1987 he is one of the earlier PenDelfin rabbits. Click here for more photos…

The PenDelfin Rolly rabbit was also designed by Jean Walmsley Heap and stands happily singing with his song sheet, perfect for the PenDelfin Bandstand. Click here for more photos…

We have a wide range of retired PenDelfin rabbits, PenDelfin Family Circle Club rabbits and PenDelfin display stands for sale.

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