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11 May 2016

Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Filed under: Ceramics, Front Page — marilyn @ 10:04


As part of the 400 Years Celebration of Shakespeare’s Legacy from his death in 1616, Hazle has modelled his Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon as a 3D Moneybox. It is too long and low to be a flatback ceramic. We wanted this to be on APoB and it doesn’t fit in our standard Streets! Click on the ceramic for an informative feature page – and an ordering button for those who wish to buy.

28 March 2016

New Series: Streets by Trade

Filed under: Ceramics, Front Page — admin @ 16:20

We started developing this idea in 2015, Hazle’s 25th Anniversary, as another way of looking at Hazle History. A lot of the trades and professions portrayed by Hazle Ceramics have been painted in diverse ways on different buildings. We thought it would be interesting to build streets with as many examples of the same trade we could find.

boots-950 pharmacy2 apothecary-9 bootsthechemist-3 chemist1 cjreid-1

One early and popular business was the Chemist shop in 1991 and Chemistry is our first street. Apart from the Chemist itself, with a Hazle rather than Hazle Boyles front, all the other examples are retired. Some have one piece for sale and some do not.

Further examples are likely to include Toytown, A Yard of Ale, Any Old Irons and much more. Only six ceramics fit on an APoB street so some trades will need several! It takes time to develop feature pages for every ceramic so the next one could be a while… We plan to keep a record of the streets on this blog.

11 January 2016

Update for the Livery Companies

Filed under: Ceramics, Front Page — marilyn @ 09:58

As part of their 25th Anniversary in 2015, Hazle Ceramics created 17 Livery Companies, most of them showing a part of London’s history. The majority are Limited Paintings of 25, the intricate Skinners and Security Companies are just LP5s and the Christmas Set trio are LP30s. More…

18 January 2014

London China Town

Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 12:14
Year of the Horse

Something highly innovative you will never see the like of anywhere else! Hazle Ceramics like to extend the boundaries of what they create and Hazle has always wanted a series of Chinese shops. Many stores in Central London’s Chinatown are located in period buildings so these ceramics are perfect to portray them. Another fun twist is relating each painted theme to one of the 12 zodiac animals that the Chinese feature in turn when celebrating their New Year. More…

16 January 2013

Olympic Sailmakers Update

Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 08:42

The feature page for our Hazle Ceramics Sailmakers is now updated to mark the UK’s Ben Ainslie making history to become the greatest-ever Olympic in the endurance sport of sailing, with one silver and then four gold medals across five consecutive Olympic Games. For those with the original page, we will add the new page to any ceramics order. Request via Terms & Contact on the main Menu above. It will be included with any new orders. More…

1 November 2012

Hazle Ceramics for the Diamond Jubilee

Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 11:08

Here is a small clickable selection of the many pieces for this wonderful year of events! Hazle created one new model for Windsor Guildhall, a building that The Queen unusually visited twice within a few months, and many models were repainted for the Jubilee High Street 2012. These are now sold out but may reappear on the site as retired ceramics, subject to availability. More…

31 October 2012


Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 09:07

We offer a free and flexible Layaway service on any ceramics using PayPal’s regular payment facility. Having selected your ceramic/s you choose the instalment amount and frequency. Change your plan, add new ceramics or cancel for a full refund on unsent pieces. Be able to access your complete Layaway details. Click here for more information in Terms & Contact. More…

30 October 2012

New for Autumn 2012

Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 12:14
Colman's Painting

1. A new model for Colman’s Fish & Chips, recently on TV’s Great British Food Heroes.
2. A new painting for Jane Austen, who would have known this building in central Bath.
3. A new model of Maunder’s, this 1600s shop was a magnet for artists including Whistler.

14 December 2011

Hazle Ceramics Charles Dickens Set

Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 09:33

Issued in time for Christmas 2011 but really created to celebrate the bicentennial of Dickens’ birth on 7th February 2012. As referred to on their feature pages, the paintings in this set cover aspects from seven Dickens’ novels and one Sketch of London. Click on the ceramics for their APoB feature. As of January 2014 only the Dickens Museum is still available. More…

23 June 2011

Our Sister Site for Hazle Ceramics

Filed under: Ceramics — marilyn @ 11:35

We have revised our sister site Hazle Ceramics Guide to give it a fresh, new look and updated or added content. There is a feast of information! The Orientation Guide under Shapes lists every Nation of Shopkeepers building made. Our banner photo is a view of Windsor Castle from the Thames, as there are six Hazle Ceramics models from Windsor. Marilyn and Chris took a boat ride to get this photo! More…

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