Rare Royal Doulton Bunnykins Collectibles and Limited Edition Lladró Porcelain Figurines Come to AuctionApr 14, 2022 09:00 EDT
Royal Doulton Bunnykins are popular porcelain designs produced as dishes and collectibles for nurseries. The Bunnykins line originated in the 1930s when Sister Mary Barbara Bailey, the daughter of Doulton’s general manager, provided design illustrations. A rare vintage Bunnykins figurine of a bunny seating on a tree stump and eating honey is one key highlight of the upcoming Lion and Unicorn sale. The figurine has a Royal Doulton backstamp and comes with a Bunnykins box. Another notable Royal Doulton lot is a vintage ceramic mug. It has gilt trims and an analog clock design with Earth, sun, and star motifs.
A porcelain figurine of three women in colorful Rococo-style dresses and umbrellas leads the Lladró listings. Designed by artist Jose Puche, the piece was produced in a limited edition. Another Lladró glossy finish porcelain figurine, Enchanted Outing, is also a limited edition piece. It depicts a mule-drawn carriage and people gathering flowers. The sale offers a Minton Haddon Hall cup and saucer made of bone china. With colorful floral motifs and green trims, the prints are inspired from displays at Haddon Hall, one of the rarest surviving medieval manor houses. To view the complete catalog and register to bid online, visit Lion and Unicorn.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (533)
# of Lots:533
Price Range:$50 - $5,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Honey, Prototype - Royal Doulton Bunnykins|| Estimate: |
|Three Sisters 01001492 Ltd - Lladro Porcelain Figurine|| Estimate: |
|Enchanted Outing 1001797 Ltd - Lladro Porcelain Figurine|| Estimate: |
|Vintage Royal Doulton Mug, Millennium H5263|| Estimate: |
|Minton Haddon Hall Cup And Saucer|| Estimate: |