If you’re looking to buy PenDelfin pamphlets and brochures related to the PenDelfin Family Circle collectors club then be sure to visit the PenDelfin Rabbits section on PerfectPieces.co.uk.
We have recently expanded this section to include old leaflets, PenDelfin application forms and PenDelfin Times newsletters from the PenDelfin Family Circle club.
The PenDelfin Family Circle collectors club was first started back in 1992 and became a huge hit with PenDelfin collectors. Each year Family Circle members got a free club rabbit and were entitled to purchase an exclusive piece only available to members of the PenDelfin club. Throughout the year club members would also receive the PenDelfin Times which included all sorts of information on new PenDelfin models to be released, PenDelfin rabbits that were due to be retired, old photographs and letters from other members as well as details of Family Circle events happening that year throughout the UK & overseas. It has now been reported that the PenDelfin Family Circle club is due to close in March 2013 – the end of an era.
You can read more about the PenDelfin history and the PenDelfin collectors club in our History Of PenDelfin Rabbits page – click here.
The Perfect Pieces PenDelfin rabbit section has recently been updated to include a fourth category – PenDelfin Collectors Books, Catalogues, Brochures & Artworks. To view all our PenDelfin sections – click here.
This new PenDelfin category contains everything from a Jean Walmsley Heap signed edition of the PenDelfin Collectors Handbook, PenDelfin wall prints to old and interesting PenDelfin brochures and leaflets from earlier years. See the pictures below for a few examples of some of the interesting PenDelfin for sale at the moment on Perfect Pieces:
We have a wide range of PenDelfin for sale including a large selection of retired PenDelfin rabbits, some great display stands for your PenDelfin rabbits and some interesting old PenDelfin leaflets and brochures. If you are looking for some particular piece of PenDelfin then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
These PenDelfin plates are all produced from fine bone china and were made as limited editions with only 7,500 being issued by the PenDelfin pottery. Each comes in a turquoise PenDelfin presentation box with a limited edition certificate.
The PenDelfin Gingerbread Day plate was introduced by PenDelfin c1989, the PenDelfin Caravan plate was introduced c1990 and the PenDelfin Old Schoolhouse plate was introduced c1992. They are lovely pieces to include in a PenDelfin collection.
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:
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:
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.
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.
If you’re a PenDelfin collector and are looking for something a little bit different to jazz up your PenDelfin rabbits then why not consider a PenDelfin dog?
The PenDelfin pottery produced two pottery dogs – one being the PenDelfin Pooch dog. This PenDelfin piece was designed by Doreen Noel Roberts and produced by PenDelfin from 1962 until 1987. We have a lovely example of the PenDelfin Pooch for sale with an old style pink patterned blanket on his back!
We have a wide range of retired PenDelfin rabbits for sale including many early PenDelfin rabbits and lots of Christmas PenDelfin rabbits if you’re thinking of getting your Christmas shopping done early!
We have added a rare PenDelfin Mouse House Match Holder to the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin Rabbit section recently. This very early piece of PenDelfin Pottery was designed by Doreen Noel Roberts and only produced by PenDelfin from c1964 until 1969.
This is a lovely early piece of PenDelfin and very unusual. It stands around 3″ tall and is designed as a tree stump with a little brown door in the middle with a some mice playing around the base of the tree! It makes a nice unusual addition to any PenDelfin collection perfect for those PenDelfin rabbits to play around!
We have a wide range of PenDelfin for sale including early retired PenDelfin rabbits and lots of PenDelfin display stands to stand all your rabbits on!
If you’re looking for the perfect pianist for your PenDelfin Bandstand then check out the Perfect Pieces PenDelfin rabbit section where we’ve just added two Thumpers rabbits and his accompanying piano!
We currently have two PenDelfin Thumper rabbits in blue with slightly different colouring and a nice example of the PenDelfin piano, all pictured below:
The PenDelfin Thumper rabbit was designed by Jean Walmsley Heap. He is sitting on his tree trunk stool with his rabbit paws raised ready to play his piano! The PenDelfin Piano was designed by Doreen Noel Roberts and is a lovely piece with detailed piano keys and peddles for Thumper to play and nice flower detailing to the sides of the piano.
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.
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.