WELCOME TO ENGLISH LADIES FIGURINES

Our collectors tell us that English Ladies figurines are the best in the world, and more people are starting to share that opinion. Made from the finest quality bone china, the figurine-making process involves the meticulous crafting of up to 14 separate parts, before they’re individually assembled.

Unique, highly-detailed figurines

Designed in Stoke-on-Trent, England, the heart of the Potteries, every figurine is brought to life by a team of renowned artists, modellers and sculptors. Our master painter, Dan Smith, trained with Royal Doulton on Nile Street to become a Prestige Painter, working with sculptors such as Alan Maslankowski and Peggy Davies to create some of Royal Doulton’s most famous pieces.

We often work with modeller Valerie Annand, an amazing artist equally adept at producing 2D artworks and at 3D sculptures. She is famous amongst lovers of collectibles for her ability to capture incredible movement in bone china figures, such as in her pieces for Royal Doulton, Coalport, Royal Worecester, and Compton & Woodhouse under their Royal Staffordshire brand.

We’ve also teamed up with TV’s Thelma Madine, star of My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and dressmaker to the travellers, to design a new collection of china figurines true to her trademark style. Gypsy Wedding Dreams, her first limited edition figures, are selling fast, so collect yours today.

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The English Ladies Co. is an exciting new range of bone china figurines and giftware. Each beautiful figurine is individually designed in the UK by master modellers and prestige painters. These designs are unique in appearance, with high levels of detail in the model and painting.
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English Ladies CoMonday, November 20th, 2017 at 11:26pm
Grab your spoons and stock up with dried fruit for ‘Stir Up’ Sunday is coming soon. This takes place on the last Sunday before Advent, which this year is November 26, and it's long been associated with making Christmas Puddings. Making the Christmas Pudding is traditionally a family affair and everyone should take a turn at stirring the mix and making a wish. Lucky charms were originally added to the pudding – a coin was a harbinger of wealth, a ring predicted marriage, a thimble meant thrift and a wishing bone gave good luck for the year ahead. See some of our favourite recipes
http://www.goodhousekeeping.co.uk/christmas/christmas-countdown/ultimate-stir-up-sunday-when
https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/stir-sunday
https://www.myweekly.co.uk/recipes/hairy-bikers-traditional-christmas-pudding/
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English Ladies CoMonday, November 20th, 2017 at 12:13am
Last few Moonlight Enchantment in stock for Christmas. Have you dropped enough hints?? Make sure you find her under your tree 🌲🎁💙
#buyforever
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English Ladies CoThursday, November 16th, 2017 at 10:38pm
Who's collecting our Thelma Madine mini brides? They really look cute together. And we're working on adding a new one soon - can you guess who she is?
#buyforever #alittlepieceofthelma

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