Tremar Other Animals

Tremar Pottery Other Animals

Tremar Potteries of Tremar and Liskeard in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom made a number of animal figures that did not fall within the various series categories such as Farm Animals, Little Dogs or Baby Birds. The following is a list of those animals. When I have images, those are posted below.

If you have pictures of Tremar Pottery items that I can use on this reference site or if you know of items not in the list below, I would like to hear from you. Please click on Contact in the menu above and send me an email.

  • Baby Lion
  • Big Lion
  • Cats
  • Horses
  • Merlin (A Type of Hawk)
  • Owl (same design as owl moneybox/piggy bank)
  • Owl with Mouse
  • Rabbit
  • Sheep & Lamb
  • Tropical Fish – Mock Eye (No. 2)
  • Tropical Fish – Yellow Wrasse (No. 1)

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Baby Lion and Big Lion

The Baby Lion and the Big Lion are quite similar in appearance. The difference in size is not readily apparent unless the two are standing next to each other. But there is a simple way to tell them apart even if you have access to only one.

The manes are different. The Baby Lion’s mane on the top of its head consists of two triangles. The mane on the top of the Big Lion’s head consists of three triangles.

Tremar Pottery - Baby Lion - Front

Tremar Pottery - Baby Lion - Front - Photo by gazman24 on www.ebay.co.uk

Tremar Pottery - Baby Lion - Marking on Bottom

Tremar Pottery - Baby Lion - Marking on Bottom - Photo by gazman24 on www.ebay.co.uk

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion From the Front

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion From the Front

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion Box

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion Box

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion in the Big Lion Box

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion in the Big Lion Box

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion Looking to the Side

Tremar Pottery - Big Lion Looking to the Side

Cats

Tremar produced several cats that were not part of the various collectible series.

Tremar Pottery Cat – For the time being known as Cat 1

Tremar Pottery Cat – For the time being known as Cat 1 - Photo by James W from Australia

Tremar Pottery Cat – For the time being known as Cat 1

Tremar Pottery Cat – For the time being known as Cat 1 - Photo by lillipoots1007 on www.ebay.co.uk

Tremar Pottery Cat – For the time being known as Cat 2

Tremar Pottery Cat – For the time being known as Cat 2 - Photo by James W from Australia

Horses

Tremar produced several horses that were not part of the various collectible series.

Tremar Pottery Foal

Tremar Pottery Foal – Photo by James W from Australia

Merlin

A fairly uncommon Tremar piece is the Merlin which is a type of hawk.

Tremar Pottery Merlin (A Type of Hawk) Front - A rare and interesting animal by Tremar Potteries. - Photo by diphidi on www.ebay.co.uk

Tremar Pottery Merlin (A Type of Hawk) Front - A rare and interesting animal by Tremar Potteries. - Photo by diphidi on www.ebay.co.uk

Tremar Pottery Merlin (A Type of Hawk) Side - A rare and interesting animal by Tremar Potteries. - Photo by diphidi on www.ebay.co.uk

Tremar Pottery Merlin (A Type of Hawk) Side - A rare and interesting animal by Tremar Potteries. - Photo by diphidi on www.ebay.co.uk

Brown Owl

The brown owl pictured below is an unusual piece by Tremar Potteries for two reasons. First it is shinny brown color that is quite unusual for Tremar pieces. Second an owl of this design is usually seen as a money box/piggy bank.

The TREMAR UK mark on this bottom of this piece is shown on the StationStart.com Tremar Reference Pages Marks page.

Tremar Pottery Owl - Front - This piece is unusual for its brown color and the fact that it is not a money box/piggy bank.

Tremar Pottery Owl - Front - This piece is unusual for its brown color and the fact that it is not a money box/piggy bank.

Tremar Pottery Owl - Back - This piece is unusual for its brown color and the fact that it is not a money box/piggy bank.

Tremar Pottery Owl - Back - This piece is unusual for its brown color and the fact that it is not a money box/piggy bank.

Tremar Potter Owls - This image shows the unusual brown version on the left next to the much more common owl money box/piggy bank version.

Tremar Potter Owls - This image shows the unusual brown version on the left next to the much more common owl money box/piggy bank version.

Tremar Pottery - Owl with Mouse - Front

Tremar Pottery - Owl with Mouse - Front

Tremar Pottery - Owl with Mouse - Back

Tremar Pottery - Owl with Mouse - Back

Tremar Pottery - Rabbit - Hare - Bunny

Tremar Pottery - Rabbit - Hare - Bunny

Tremar Pottery - Sheep and Lamb

Tremar Pottery - Sheep and Lamb

Tremar Pottery Tropical Fish - Yellow Wrasse (No. 1)

Tremar Pottery Tropical Fish - Yellow Wrasse (No. 1)

Tremar Pottery Tropical Fish - Mock Eye (No. 2)

Tremar Pottery Tropical Fish - Mock Eye (No. 2)

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7 comments

  1. ivana says:

    hey, i have the baby lion and the big lion. do you want them ? it’s for sale

  2. Jenny Henson says:

    I paid around £36 for a Tremar Owl with a Mouse in June 2012 (including postage).

  3. Marianne Evans says:

    Hi there

    I have one of the very rare (I believe ony 12 survived the firing stage)
    of the Owl with a Mouse.

    I wonder if anyone has an idea of it’s current value?

    Thanks

  4. I have the tug boat, but I would love to purchase the Paddle Steamer if you are selling it.Please let me know how much you want for it.
    Kind regards,
    Jacky.

  5. Anyone got a Tremar Pottery Paddle Steamer and/or Fishing Boat for sale, please?

  6. sianeflewog says:

    Hi, just been rummaging and found one of my daughters christening presents from 20 years ago, a large lion. Unlike the one on your site, it is seems to be in shades of brown. Oh, still in its box with the original leaflet.

  7. pat payne says:

    i have a tugboat and paddlesteamer in original boxes

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