This sweet little seal bay earthenware Union Jack was another recent creation. He was requested to join an Animal Artistry Irish Draught Mare that had already been ordered, so had a ready-made family there waiting! He shipped off to the US directly from Donna's studios, so these are the photos she sent me of him. He is not as flashy as some, but is a very lovely example of the model!
If you were previously on my China Mailing List, then I have transferred you to the Newsletter List, which is the only mailing list I'm using these days (it just got too complicated!), if you'd rather not hear about the other news from my studio then please reply to the Newsletter email and let me know (just put "Unsubscribe" or something - I won't be offended).
If you have any suggestions for future Union Jack china copies that do not repeat any previously made and let me know, then you will get first refusal on that copy. This is why the recent copies haven't been offered for sale as they have been taken by the person that suggested the colour. I do have a few more coming up, I don't know if they will be offered for sale here or not, so if you're keen to add a Union Jack china to your collection maybe drop me a line, as there are a limited number remaining from the two mould edition.
The latest batch of Caprioles have arrived!
I've checked them over and hubby has been working away this evening boxing them up ready to go out to their new homes (he's slowly been taking over that side of things and has turned it into quite an art). As always, the casts are beautifully clean thanks to Barry's expert methods so I am sure you will be delighted when your copy or copies arrive!
This brings us up to order number 111 and includes one copy that got missed out from the last batch. Just two more batches will fill ALL current orders and might even leave me with a few copies in hand to offer for immediate sale!
This batch sees models on their way to the UK, Germany, America, Australia and Canada.
The models will be posted out later this week, so should reach their destinations over the following few weeks.