This category is for sites relating to Figurines. Included in this category is information about the acquisition, display, identification, and conservation of "Figurines" and may include personal collector websites displaying a collection. Subcategories under the main Figurines category are for distinctive figurines. (E.g. Harmony Kingdom, Precious Moments, etc.)
German-made wooden figurines. List of artists, pictures of all models and listing of recent introductions.
Information on this range of hand-crafted, hand-painted, collectible figurines, mostly animals.
Featuring world renowned artist, Tom Clark, Tim Wolfe and David Merck. Figurines include gnomes, woodspirits, charmers, and animals. News, promotions, and dealer locator.
Specializing in Bossons artware from England and Hummel figurines from Germany.
Corporate website for a variety of collectible figurines such as Cherished Teddies, Precious Moments, Mary's Moo Moos, Calico Kittens, Friends of the Feather, and Lilliput Lane.
Photos of a number of collectibles including Broomsnickles, Snowsickles, and Samsickles.
Devoted to English Wade Whimsies miniature porcelain figures. Includes alphabetical picture index, pictures in sets, message board and Wades for sale.
Handpainted animal figurines made in Florence, Italy. [English, Italian]
Handcrafted Balgara musical carousels featuring lights, music and highly detailed horses.
Artist of clay figurines of most dog breeds, show and pet.
The official site for the producers of hand-made and hand-painted Toby jugs and figurines.
Learn more about collectibles such as Seraphim Classics and Fontanini, find Roman retailers across the country, meet fellow collectors through bulletin boards and chat rooms.
Collectors site with photos of collection, links and information about English and Irish porcelain collectibles.
Official site of adorable little blue and red bird figurines from Islandia International. Dealer list is available on the site.
Manufacturer of a collectible line of miniature figurines featuring incredible detail all under one inch in size. Cast in bronze and hand painted.
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