Beswick Studios are synonymous with creating high quality animal figures from ceramics. Beswick figurines are typically based on cartoon animals and are the height of animal figurine fashion. You can often catch a quality beswick animal for sale at a boot sale if your good at spotting Beswick Pieces.
Beswick figurines cover a large range of themes, mostly animals this encompasses Beatrix Potter Beswick figurines, Cartoon character figurines from beswick including a few TV based sculptures.
At over 110 years old the John Beswick Pottery is long established in Stoke on Trent. They started out producing Beswick ornaments which they proceeded to master over the first 30 years of their existence. Only to move on in the 1930s to creating animal ornaments, which started with racehorse ornaments and moved on to comedic figurines of animals in human situations, this became somewhat of a typecast of Beswick pottery.
They didn’t stop at comedy horse figurines, and in 1948 Beswick studios gained the rights to Beatrix Potter, a hugely popular uk bunny rabbit. Beswicks Beatrix Potter figurines soon became hugely popular and they started reproducing every character possible from Beswick Jemima Puddle ducks to the obvious Peter Rabbit Figurine,