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    Posted 6 years ago

    martika
    (149 items)

    I found this sweet little figurine in a junk shop. My favourite past time is to trawling these and looking up my findings. I would like to ask you is it a Beswick dog figurine? I googled it, but Beswick collies look bit different than mine. This figurine is approximately 6'' long from the nose to the tail.

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    Comments

    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      Beswick figures are marked "BESWICK" on the underneath. This isn't Beswick. Many of these dog figures come from China or Korea, so there is no way to tell you the origins of this particular dog.
    2. bladerunner22 bladerunner22, 6 years ago
      Efesgirl is right, but once in a blue moon you may find a Beswick piece unmarked. Beswick figurines usually had some endearing quality of what they were doing, a place, or an attitude. There are still a lot of collectors of this figure you have since there are a lot of dog shows where dealers sell to collectors. See nothing like this in my Beswick book.
    3. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 6 years ago
      I had never see an unmarked Beswick. One possibility is Japan
    4. martika martika, 6 years ago
      Thank you all for your comments and loves.
    5. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      This collie figurine is a very nice example, however! I have numerous pieces of "kitsch" in my collection that I think are beautiful. A maker's name isn't important when you really like an object.
    6. martika martika, 6 years ago
      Efesgirl I absolutely agree with you. The most important is the beauty in the objects, the joy what they bring us.
    7. martika martika, 6 years ago
      I just love to trace the origin of the things
    8. martika martika, 6 years ago
      Thank you Nicefice. I like dogs although never had them. If I would have a suitable space (house with spacious garden) I would keep a collie.
    9. tigerchips tigerchips, 6 years ago
      Sylvac maybe?
    10. martika martika, 6 years ago
      Tigerchips, I don't know, but I think this figurine can't be so old. Anyway thank you everybody for your loves.

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