This listing is for ONE Andersen Designs studio art pottery BIRD. Made in E. Boothbay, Maine.
1) (Sold) Baby sea gull: 2 1/2"L x 2"W x 2 1/2"H. Really really sweet. A combo of glossy and un-glossy glaze in browns and ivory. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Marked AD on the base.
2) (Sold) Chickadee: 3 3/4"L x 2"W x 2 1/4"H. Mottled gray and shades of browns. Tiny tiny chip on beak end that is detectable with a magnifying glass. See close up. Otherwise excellent condition. Marked AD on the base.
3) (Sold) Song Sparrow: 4"L x 2"W x 2 1/4"H. Lovely shades of wavy greens, rusts and browns. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Marked AD on the base.
4) Sleepy Owl: 4 3/4"H x 3 1/2" W x 2 1/2"D. Beautiful blue glaze with a brown face. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. The felt pad was partially removed from the base. I cannot see the AD but this is definitely an Andersen Designs owl.
5) (Sold) Baby Mourning Dove: 3 1/2"L x 2"W x 2"H. Sweet with matte white glaze and BIG eyes. Beak has a small chip on the underside, hard to see in the displayed position. And a tiny back tail chip, again hard to see in the displayed position. But they are there, hence the reduced price. Otherwise no other issues. Darling little dove. Marked AD on the base.
6) (Sold) Fledgling Robin: 3 1/2"L x 2 1/4"W x 3 1/4"H. A lovely realistic combo of glazed and unglazed brown and ivory. The texture is beautiful. Excellent condition, no chips, cracks or repairs. Marked AD on the base.
The founders, Brenda and Weston Andersen, started their pottery in 1952 and continued producing beautiful nature inspired (from sky to sea) pottery for the next 55+ years. Many of their animal figurines are displayed in Smithsonian gift shops and museums and are perched in the homes of local and foreign dignitaries. They have both passed away.
Please check the photos thoroughly as they are part of the description and feel free to contact me with any questions.
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