- Bright and quirky SylvaC ‘fancies’ are continually sought after by collectors
- They were produced from the late 1920s by Shaw & Copestake, a ceramics company established in Staffordshire in 1894, which began by producing inexpensive figures for funfairs
- The trade name ‘SylvaC’ – formed from the name of the factory at which SylvaC was produced, the Sylvan Works, and the C of Copestake – was coined in c1936 and used on pieces from then onwards
c1945 55 Large 8.5 inch high Sylvac elephant model 88 F313
Dates between 1945 and 1955, and imprinted with model 88 to the underside. Previously owned piece,...
c1945 Sylvac Stag standing 1451 F131
c1945. Sylvac mark clear to the underside. Some crazing to the glaze and 3 pin pricks in the glaze.
c1980 alsatian figure model number 5112 - F149
c1980 Sylvac Alsation or German Shepherd dog figurine with a gloss finish. Stands approximately...
Sylvac Alsatian dog figurine 3170 - F134
Sylvac figure or figurine of an Alsation dog or Alsatian dog, clearly marked to the underside with...
Sylvac bulldog figure 155 or 3125 F139
A vintage SylvaC bulldog figure. About 3 1/4 inch 8cms high. And 5 inches 13cms in length. Weighs...
Sylvac lop eared rabbit mould number 1302 Beige in colour F204
Beige in colour. Charming Sylvac rabbit ornament, with mould number 1302. This rabbit can now be...
Vintage SylvaC Punch 5 inch character jug CLT621
A good vintage SylvaC Punch character jug. The jug has been repaired to its rim by our ex Royal...
Vintage Sylvac with Posy Holder or Match Striker 1064 F243
Beige in colour. Mould number is 1064. Charming and stylish Sylvac Bunny in the form of a posy...