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Highlights, March 2017
Pascoe & Company have just acquired a fabulous collection of Royal Doulton figurines and character jugs put together by the Fortune family. Among the treasures are complete limited edition sets, which we rarely have in stock, including Royal Doulton’s first collection of Lady Musicians and the Soldiers of the Revolution. Many of these new arrivals are featured in our Spring catalog which has just been published.
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Revolutionary Soldiers

Royal Doulton launched the prestigious Soldiers of the Revolution collection to celebrate the Bicentenary of the United States in 1976. The first American soldiers in their regimental attire were chosen to represent the original thirteen states and Art Director, Eric Griffiths, spent six years developing the collection in association with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
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The Lord of the Rings

Royal Doulton’s Middle Earth collection was inspired by the 1978 animated film Lord of the Rings, which became a cult classic. It is an adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien’s epic tale of hobbits, elves, dwarves and wizards, who form a fellowship to destroy the One Ring made by the Dark Lord Sauron.
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Fairyland Lustre

The iridescent glazes of Wedgwood’s Fairyland Lustre have dazzled collectors since the 1920s, including celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg and Barbara Streisand. The designer, Daisy Makeig-Jones, joined the Wedgwood factory as a trainee decorator and her Fairyland scenes were launched in 1915 using the commercial luster glazes newly developed by Wedgwood. Read more

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Upcoming Events
NAADA, Johannesburg SA
July 27-30, 2017
Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, MD August 24-27, 2017
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The Fortune collection of character jugs contained many rarities as well as complete sets of Americana, including the Antagonists, Wild West, Presidents, and Williamsburg series. One of the character jugs that has eluded many collectors is the Cabinet Maker of Williamsburg D7010, which was issued in 1995 after the original set was discontinued. The limited edition jug was launched at the anniversary celebrations of the Royal Doulton International Collectors Club held in Williamsburg in 1995.

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I do believe in fairies!

When Tinker Bell is sick in J.M. Barrie’s play Peter Pan, everybody in the audience affirms their belief in fairies to save her by crying out, ‘I do believe in fairies!’. Thanks to the success of this play fairies were in vogue in the early 1900s.
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New Spring Catalog

Our new Spring catalog has just been published. You can review it now on-line while you wait for it to arrive in your mailbox. Don’t hesitate to call your Pascoe & Company sales advisor before the top picks disappear. Enjoy!

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