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PostSubject: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptySun Oct 27, 2019 5:34 pm

Have gotten these out of storage and now on display-a really nice model of a Catalan donkey bought in Catalan!and a Harlequin Great Dane British/European and American version
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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptySun Oct 27, 2019 11:31 pm

That's the first time I see a separatist donkey! Shocked Laughing
Well, here I am again with the wrong jokes. pale
To be fair I love a lot donkeys and it is amazing to know their different breeds. Thanks for showing Taylor, here is a ceramic that I surely would love to get.

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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptyMon Oct 28, 2019 8:52 pm

Yes, I was really surprised to find him!Like you say there are very few specifically made donkey breeds and especially in their country of origin!

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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptyWed Jul 07, 2021 6:28 pm

A new addition-found in a gift shop in a nearby town.A nice sculpt of a PMD. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptyWed Jul 07, 2021 6:31 pm

Ohhh wow, that is just so so beautiful! drunken
This is why I too collect all materials and not just plastic, some of the most stunning dogs are made from others like resin! cheers The detail is amazing, all that fur has been sculpted so realistically and such a kind face so typical of this breed! drunken That beautiful brown has been painted on so delicately, it gives this dog such a soft expression which is perfect because the ones I know are very gentle giants! I love the touch of gloss on the nose too, it brings this model to life! cheers
And it is of a lesser seen breed in the dog figure world, wonderful! cheers cheers
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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptyWed Jul 07, 2021 6:40 pm

I would agree with your comments Bonnie.I got him as he,as you say, is not a very common model.It was surprising as well as the shop was a typical seaside one selling seaside tat, but they had a great selection of dog models for sale.Along with this model of the PMD they had a Dobermann,Old English Sheepdog,Irish Setter and Miniature Schnauzer.They also had models in china,again of various breeds.

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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptyWed Jul 07, 2021 8:51 pm

Is PMD Portuguese Mastiff Dog?
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I would agree with your comments Bonnie.I got him as he,as you say, is not a very common model.It was surprising as well as the shop was a typical seaside one selling seaside tat, but they had a great selection of dog models for sale.Along with this model of the PMD they had a Dobermann,Old English Sheepdog,Irish Setter and Miniature Schnauzer.They also had models in china,again of various breeds.
That's really interesting! cheers It sounds as though they had a wonderful selection of breeds, especially given that it was only a seaside shop! It's funny because there is a shop by the sea I know and they sell such beautiful resin dogs too, which you wouldn't expect looking from the outside! cheers
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] I think it is supposed to be a Pyrenean Mountain Dog! Very Happy
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] I think it is supposed to be a Pyrenean Mountain Dog! Very Happy
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Thanks, just as I suspected but I couldn't resist Laughing Our Rafeiro Alentejano is not known as PMD at all. Strangely, it seems the Penn-Marydel Hound is also called PMD instead of PMH. scratch These abreviations are not always easy even when they're familiar like GSD, for instance. Wink

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Thanks, just as I suspected but I couldn't resist  Laughing Our Rafeiro Alentejano is not known as PMD at all. Strangely, it seems the Penn-Marydel Hound  is also called PMD instead of PMH. scratch These abreviations are not always easy even when they're familiar like GSD, for instance. Wink
I completely agree, dog abbreviations can be so confusing! scratch Laughing I think it's probably because one breed of dog can have so many different names, and therefore so many different abbreviations! A survey was once done on all the different names for Greyhounds found throughout English literature and in total there were 50! Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptyThu Jul 08, 2021 8:41 pm

Thats a wonderful looking dog!! Too bad I have not enough room for more and more figurines to collect. I would buy him too!
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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptySat Jul 10, 2021 5:45 pm

Sorry if I caused confusion by using PMD!Next time I will use then full name of the dog breed,as this dog is called a Great Pyrenees in the USA! Smile

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PostSubject: Re: some ceramic models   some ceramic models EmptySat Jul 10, 2021 6:04 pm

Roger-the picture of the Rafeiro is just like the one I have met-she was rescued from Portugal and now lives in the Sussex countryside!

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Roger-the picture of the Rafeiro is just like the one I have met-she was rescued from Portugal and now lives in the Sussex countryside!

Lucky dog and fortunately it is South of England once these dogs are from a very warm region and I have no idea if they could support easily lower temperatures.

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