This crystal cat is elongated and stylized almost to the point of unrecognizability. It is marked with the FM Konsglas foil sticker and engraved F1 160 on it's ground bottom. The bottom is scratched and has a tiny nick. The FM in the mark stands for Fare Marcolin and is the mark of Josef and Benito Marcolin. The Marcolin Brothers were trained on Murano and went to Sweden in the mid 1900's and set up their own business in Ronneby which closed in the early 90's...
Number five in Lynn Kaatz's Field Trips set, this plate depicts English Setter pups with a Grouse Tales book. Boxed and with all paperwork.
Issued in 1992, Chesapeake Retrivers are the seventh in the Field Trips series by Lynn Kaatz. Boxed with documentation.
These sweet Cocker Spaniel pups are the last in the Field trips series by Lynn Kaatz for Knowles China Company. The plate was issued in 1992 and is boxed with all documentation.
Another Lynn Kaatz plate, the third in the Field Trips series, this features a pair of Beagles in a lithographed produce box. Boxed and with documentation.
This little raccoon carries a pot of something under one arm and a bundle of wood in the other. A well made and detailed little figure he bears the mark The Ringtale Raccoons 1981.
This pair of poodles has a white enamel finish over goldtone metal. They have flexible metal tails which move with the wearer.
Ilove this guy. His character is derived from deep set green eyes accented by his fluffy "mustache". A real charmer.
Number three in the Field Puppies series is this beautiful Irish Setter Pup.
Poised for action, this charming goat appears ready to leap forward in an instant. It measures 4 3/4" high by 5" wide and is marked 1024 on the bottom.
This well modeled smiling cow creamer boasts hand painted apple blossom decoration. It has a tiny nick inside the top opening.
These cute English Setters are number 7 in the Lynn Kaatz Field Puppies Series for Edwin Knowles China.