(Fine Bone China)

David has been around in resin form for quite some time now. I believe he was a one mold run and has been long sold out. He still remains a popular piece. In particular, he's been one of my favorite pieces to work on; and I immediately knew I had to be able to work on him in china. David's talented sculpturess Deborah McDermott will tell you I've been bugging her for years to produce him. In that I'm enjoying having my own pieces produced in bone china by Animal Artistry, I've since struck a deal with Deb for the rights to produce him in bone china. She still retains the rights to produce in earthenware in the future should she choose to, but I do believe these bone china pieces will be special!

I've been granted permission to make alterations on him before molding. We both agreed we'd like more toe on him, so his hoofies are now less "club footed." The tail was the only other alteration. We debated on unbraiding it for a thicker connection to the body, but in the end after talking with the experts believe the bone china is strong enough to support the lovely braid work Deb has and have contented to lower the position of it so it's not sticking out so far behind him. Because we all love David for who he is, I really did not want to alter him any further than that.

Animal Artistry, who's doing such an amazing job of producing Sencillo and MEM No Inhabitions for me, will be tackling the bisque production of David for me as well. With the exception of a couple pre-sales and Deb's artist copy, these will be sold in hand as they are available via auction/offers. These copies will all be glazed by me, though there will be room for the occassional guest artist.

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