Stoat pottery ID help please

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Post by user9318 May 8th 2016, 4:58 pm

I have had this ceramic, presuming pottery, stoat in my collection for years, but never seen another one and would like to find out who made it, if possible, if not, possible country of origin and rough age.

It is approximately 5¾" maximum length and 3¼" maximum width and the maximum height is 4 1/8"

On the base is Stoat Musteta erminea

Thank you for any help in advance

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Post by iainpayne5 June 4th 2016, 11:21 am

Hi there
I have just bought one of these from a charity shop, like you I am having trouble identifying the maker.
If I succeed I will let you know. I thinks it's probably of UK manufacture and 50s or 60s.

Regards

Iain
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Post by user9318 June 5th 2016, 9:23 am

Thanks, I did some more digging on Google and found it is possibly / probably German.
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Post by iainpayne5 June 5th 2016, 2:03 pm

Yes, it may well be German, as you probably know, just after WW2, ceramic items from Germany and Japan for export were typically not stamped or stamped Foreign, as people were not keen on buying items made in these countries. I mainly collect Soviet era porcelain animals.  
My strangest unidentified purchase from a charity shop is a ceramic wine bottle / decanter in the shape of a 1980s  Hugo Boss  handbag, complete with an 80s mobile phone in a pocket. No makers name. Maybe a promotional item?  Most baffling item, a Beswick rabbit  with the wrong model number stamped on a haunch, not on the base as normal, it is also a different colour to normal too and has been made in a 2 piece mould.
The Beswick collectors club had never seen anything like it, but confirmed it was Beswick!
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Post by brin mcardle June 5th 2016, 2:13 pm

Love to see pics
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Post by iainpayne5 June 5th 2016, 2:52 pm

Here are some photos of the Beswick 823 rabbit.
It is difficult to see, but the highlights are in a khaki colour.
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Post by user9318 June 6th 2016, 6:59 am

iainpayne5 wrote:Yes, it may well be German, as you probably know, just after WW2, ceramic items from Germany and Japan for export were typically not stamped or stamped Foreign, as people were not keen on buying items made in these countries.

I did already know that.

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