Add a touch of color and a smile to your "powder room" with this vintage little skunk on a toilet. The seat is covered in pink fur. Written in black letters on the lid of the white commode: "You little stinker you never had it so soft." Can't you just see this in a 1950's pink and black bathroom? The ceramic figure is 4 1/2" tall by 2 1/2" wide. No nicks, cracks, or breaks found. If you wish to make a grouping of skunks, two other little skunk figures will also be listed in the shop as pictured in the last
This item is a figurine that looks like "Bambi" from the Disney film of the same name. The piece is 5 1/2" tall at the tail, 6 1/4" ear to blade of grass, by 3" wide with a black bottom mark that reads, "Made In Japan". The figurine has grass and flowers on the base with Bambi crouching with ears down and tail up. The piece looks like the sequence in the film where "Bambi" meets "Flower" the skunk. The figurine has fine over all crazing, but has no chips, cracks, or repairs. The piece was likely made
We were so thrilled to find this adorable family of three skunk figurines! We were absolutely delighted to discover all three little critters were designed by Maxine Renaker! Each skunk is black and white with a pink nose. "Skunk Papa", Model A-3, measures approximately 2"H and dates to 1949. "Skunk Mama", Model A-6, measures approximately 1-7/8"H and dates to 1948. "Skunk Baby", Model A-30, measures approximately 1"H and dates to 1949. This set is so charming and in very good condition. There are no chips
> VINTAGE KREISS PORCELAIN SANTA SKUNK SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS VINTAGE KREISS PORCELAIN SANTA SKUNK SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS vintage -kreiss -skunk -shakers Product Description WONDERFUL PAIR OF VINTAGE KREISS PORCELAIN, CHRISTMAS SANTA SKUNK SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS. What an unusual pair of old shakers. Yes, Santa skunks! Beautiful detailing into the cast porcelain molds. Many ceramic companies such as Napco, Inarco and Holt Howard, along with other factories of that time, produced a full line of Holiday,
This porcelain knick-knack is from Kyle s first collection that started in 1952 with his grandmother s gift of a ducky figurine. After all, he was her little ducky. The collection grew over the next decade with more gifts and personal purchases. Most of these nice vintage pieces were made in Japan. Also, many of these have a K written on the bottom in black marker, put there by his mother when she packed the collection up some 40 years ago. They are ready for the next generation to be collected and enjoyed.