A complement to a plain candle, or the basis for an arrangement of greenery or Christmas decorations.
Also available in matched pairs.
A ceramic creature which belies its fearsome reputation. This reptile rarely moves, and has never been known to attack, or indeed eat, anything, but seems very happy - don't believe that crocodile tear! Available to order, and with your own variations and inspirations
Alive and well, and breeding in Norfolk!
A cute ornament, this bird loves bathrooms: take care it doesn't 'quack'!
An antidote to all those advertisements for furniture sales featuring "beautiful" people, these settees feature normal mortals.
Lid dishes are fairly rare, being made from "spare" lids of microwave dishes or large and small serving dishes. Sizes will vary accordingly. Mainly decorative, but practical as plates for snacks, nibbles etc.
Use Dragon Power to warm a drop of your favourite perfume or aromatherapy oil floating on a water bath between the dragon's wings. A tea-light fuels the beast, and provides a nightlight glow through perforations.
A laid-back lady with a modish dress-sense...
A popular gift for the “in-laws”, although I can’t think why.
Customers tell me these clay characters remind them of certain family members.
A happy porker for your animal collection.
These stoneware stalkers can be decorated in a colour scheme to resemble your pet's, or take your pick from standard colours.
A decorative novelty begun on the potter's wheel, and assembled by hand. Available with either a "black" or "white" face.
Neither fiery nor fierce – just friendly.
Definitely not a soft toy, this bear is a money box, with a cork stopper in the base and a name on the front of the dungarees as optional extras.
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