Arthur Bowker's Figurines
These figurines were given names to identify the series. Simone is 7" high, and comes in different clothing.
These figurines were given names relating to the trade or character of the individual proposed. The Cobbler was 6,3/4" high.
These figurines were given names relating to the trade or character of the individual proposed. Long John Silver was 8" high, and again comes in different colours.
The pot seller came in two sizes, one was 8" high. He was known in the Bowker family as "Shylock".
This pot seller was in fact 8,1/2" high. The detail on his head is shown to the right.
This snake charmer, which measured 5" high by 5 1/2" long, is only animated in the imagination of a computer. Some ceramic examples did have the snake moveable on a rocker - not this one.
A gentleman, seated, book in his left hand, standing 6.5 inches tall. This was one of a pair.
The female figure (right) is sewing with a kitten and a ball at her feet.
Photograph (above left) and setting by Alan Mikucki mackantiques email@example.com
Galahad is 7" high.
Standing 7,1/2" tall
Seen here with a gentleman admirer, these figurines stand about 7, 1/2" high.
She is a lady dressed in a beautiful green crinoline dress and is poised in a curtsey. She stands 5-1/4" tall and the base measures 6-1/4" x 5-1/2".
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