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|Topic Started: Apr 6 2011, 02:52 PM (124 Views)|
|JakeO||Apr 6 2011, 02:52 PM Post #1|
During a visit to Collingwood about 10-12 years ago I purchased a Cougar, which would probably be considered a large size.
Here is a picture of the same sculpture (but not my own): http://www.trademe.co.nz/Pottery-glass/Porcelain-pottery/Blue-Mountain/auction-365435089.htm
On my sculpture, the glaze is not the brown/goldish colour. My sculpture is the standard blue glaze you see on a majority of the pottery.
As I said, I bought it about 10-12 years ago, but do not have any information on how old the piece is, nor what it would be worth. Can anyone please help me out with this information? It would be greatly appreciated.
If needed, I can take a picture of the actual sculpture. And when it comes to determining the price, it is worth mentioning that there has been absolutely no damage to my sculpture as I have kept it in very good condition (Other than a little bit of dust now and then)
|Alan||Apr 7 2011, 12:34 PM Post #2|
Hi Jake. That piece was listed in the catalogues as a Tiger and was produced from the 70's through to the closure of BMP. Two larger tigers were made, one 18" long and another 24" long.
For an idea of value, your best bet would be to watch the Blue Mountain category on ebay for a while.
If you click on the following link, you will see photos of all the Tigers BMP produced.
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