• August 10, 2009

David, I took pictures of the bookend and a dog I just bought today. I about gave myself whiplash when I saw the dog because I had seen it in your guide. It has no chips or damage and just a little wear to the gold accents. I will retake the pictures and send them to you for the guide if you like.Gregg

spike-dog

• August 14, 2009

Hi! I just wanted to say thanks for your Kent Art Ware site — I knew most of what little info there is, but I was happy to see a central place I can check back with as more info turns up! We got started with KAW because of a family piece; the “father” of the hippo family floated around my stepmother’s family for decades and he finally ended up with me. She thought her father had bought it in the 30s in NYC but she didn’t really know. We later added the rest of the hippo set, the horse w/ green details and a white version of that curly-haired ram. Someday I hope to start adding the modern Jonathan Adler pieces that are so similar!! Anyway, thanks again and I’ll keep my eye on your guide and hope you’re able to keep adding to it! Sarah

hippo

• May 4, 2009

I really appreciated all of the information on Kent Art Ware. I have a piece that belonged to my mother, and I was curious as to where it came from. It is a pair of chocolate rams 7 1/2 inches high with gold horns and beards. Thanks for the information.

KAW Brown Rams with Yellow Accents

• COINCIDENTALLY ON MAY 4, 2009, an eBay Seller in Indonesia linked to this site in his item description:

“This is just a great piece! Almost mid century in design but made during the art deco period. White horse with a teal mane, tail and hoofs. You can read about Kent Art Ware by clicking HERE. This measures 10 1/2 inches long and about 6 1/4 inches tall….”

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