Beswick Ceramic Animals
The John Beswick Pottery was established in 1894 at Longton,
Stoke-on-Trent, Great Britain Initially producing tableware and ornaments. Since the
1930's Beswick has produced an extensive range of animals, including
exotic species. Their earthenware 'fancies' - decorative, whimsical
pieces - are finely modeled and well decorated, although their original
retail value was low. Beswick animal figures are still among the most
popular with collectors. Values have risen significantly since the
Beswick factory closed in 2002 but its still possible to pick up a
Birds, fish, dogs and cattle can often be picked up for less than $100.
The Beswick wild animal range including native and foreign species, from rabbits and foxes to leopards and giraffes can start from $10 to $20 for a rabbit up to $500 for a moose!
|BEATRIX POTTER Beswick Duchess With Flowers BP2 Gold Oval Stamp Figurine
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