If you have visited my store recently, you know that I find and sell a lot of animal figurines. I also keep plenty of little critters in my collections. There is something so whimsical and fun about the take of so many mid-century designers on this subject.
Well, I am only adding to the zoo this week. I guess I have an eye for the little things.
Sweet mother and baby quail figurines by Margaret Hudson.
Alan Middleton carved wood bird. I am not sure if this one is a keeper yet. Such a simple and beautiful carving.
Mystery bear wood carving figurine in the style of Arne Tjomsland. Mystery mark that I am trying to ID. Does this mark ring a bell with any of you?
This fun elephant planter came with me from the flea market. It is the first time I find a large unglazed David Stewart piece like this. I love it!
These two wonderful lidded jars are another mystery. There are no marks on them, but the style is pretty much in the Scandinavian tradition. They look a lot like the work of Ulla Hjorth. Any ideas out there?
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