HEREDITIES


This company is based in England and produce a number of china and cold-cast porcelain pieces (resin with porcelain dust mixed in to give the model a metallic hue). They include horses and ponies, head busts and several horses with riders. Their most popular artist is David Geenty, who has also done sculptures for American Artists (Man O' War, Ruffian), and he's produced many fine pieces for the company over the years.

Above: 3.15"; owned by Barri Mayse


Shire Mare & Foal
Dapple grey Shire mare, shown as "Mystck Night," and black foal repainted by owner Julie Froelich

Trotting Foal in Grulla
Shown as "Tiffany Rowan," Welsh filly owned by Traci Durrell-Khalife

Walking Thoroughbred in Bay
Photo provided by Karen Grimm

Prancing Mustang in Chestnut
Photo provided by Karen Grimm

Welsh Cob in Bay
This model was repainted by C. Davitt, shown as "Dyfed Rambler," and owned by Pauline Entin

Show Pony in Bay
This model was repainted by C. Davitt, shown as "Merry Go Round," and owned by Pauline Entin

Part-bred Arabian in Palomino
This model was repainted by C. Davitt, shown as "Sandking," and owned by Pauline Entin

Palomino horse
The Charm of Creamware. Images provided by owner Judith Ball. Acquired circa 1995, 9" high and 10" long.


Creamware Shire Horse
Signed on the base Geenty, and has the Heredities Creamware sticker to base. Measures 14” across and 10” high approx. Photo provided by Karen Costin who would like further information on the piece at karendiva71 at bulldoghome.com.

At The Start
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Favorite
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Flat Out
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Girl & Pony
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


In with a Chance
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Mare & Foal
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Outsider
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Over The Last
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Running Mates
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Sheba & Dutchess
Photo provided by the Heredities web site


Smart Money
Photo provided by the Heredities web site




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