Leaf for Pixie

A-131, Leaf for Pixie

Width: 2 1/2″

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates: 1950 [?} (green; orange with brown edges) [rare]

Mold Book Name: Leaf, Pixie

Notes: This piece was apparently sculpted as an accessory for A-124, Pixie, butterfly, which does not sit alone and needs a support. The Pixie can be perched on a Monarch butterfly or on this leaf. More colorways may exist

Water Lily

A-420A, Water Lily

Length: 1”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1960-F1960, as “Lily Pad” (Aurasperse green/pink flower)

F1961-F1962. as A-420 “Lily Pad” [colorway uncertain, possibly Gloss green/red flower]

S1973-S1978, as “Water Lily” (Gloss green, yellow flower)

Mold Book Name: Lily Pad       

Notes: This is also known as “Small Lily Pad.” It has been misidentified as A-240. In 1960, this piece was paired on the order form with the Fantail Fish; in 1961-1962, with the Box Turtles.

Lily Pad

A-246, Lily Pad

Length: 3 ½”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1955-F1955 [?] (Dark green)

S1971- S1991, as “Lily Pad” (Bright green)

Mold Book Name: Lily Pad leaf

Notes: Some Lily Pads were apparently sold in 1955 with the Bug Band attached, but it did not appear on the order forms as a separate item at that time. 


A-435A, Log

Length: 2”

Designer: Nell Bortells

Production Dates:

F1960-S1961; F1969 (Grey bisque)

Mold Book Name: Log

Notes: The Log was used as an accessory in four Boxed Miniatures sets in 1960 and 1961, being accompanied by two different Lying Fawn molds (A-190 and A-435), A-199 Whispering Rabbit Babies, and A-272 Squirrel Baby. In 1969, it was sold as a set (not boxed) with A-418, Tiny Fawn.



A-834, Tree

Height: 2 ¼”

Designer: Tom Masterson

Production Dates:

F1983-F1984 (Brown)

Mold Book Name: Tree

Notes: This piece forms a pair with A-833 Wise Ol’ Owl.


A-812, Fuchsia

Height: 1 ¼”

Designer: Maureen Love

Production Dates:

S1982-S1983, as “Flower” (Pink/purple; Light and dark pink)

Mold Book Name: Flower

Notes: This forms a pair with A-811 Hummingbird, version 1 with wire bill. There is a small hole in the flower to insert the wire.

Stump, pointed

A-400, Stump, pointed

Height: ¾”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1960-F1960, as “Stump” (Aurasperse brown; Grey bisque)

F1973-S1976; F1989-S1990, as “Stump” (Gloss brown)

Mold Book Name: Stump          

Notes: This is also known as Stump, style 2. It was sold as an accessory for the Beavers A-398 and A-399.

Stump, flat

A-387, Stump, flat

Height: 7/8”

Designer: Will Climes

Production Dates:

F1959, as “Stump” (Grey bisque)

S1970; F1972-S1973, as “Stump” (Brown)

Mold Book Name: Stump

Notes: This is also known as Stump, style 1. It was paired with A-198 Flirting Rabbit Mama in 1959, and with the Beavers A-498 and A-499 in the 1970s. It is sometimes referred to as a “rabbit seat,” but was never used by the factory as a seat for rabbits. However, in the 1959-60 Boxed Miniatures Set “E,” it had a Teddy Bear Little Brother Teddy Bear affixed to the top.

Koala Tree

A-946, Koala Tree

Height: 4 ¾”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

F1978-S1980, as ‘Tree” (Brown)

F1978-S1979, as “Glazed Tree assembled with four Koalas”

Mold Book Name: Tree 

Notes: This forms a set with Koalas A-947A, A-948L, A-949, and A-950.


Toadstool, tilted

A-2503, Toadstool, tilted

Height: 5/8” Designer: unknown

Production Dates:

F1973-S1979, as “Small Mushroom” (Light grey or Cream, pink gills)

Mold Book Name: Toadstool small

Notes: Toadstools A-2501, A-2502, and A-2503 were first released in 1955 with the Millesan Drews pixies. They were reissued from Spring 1969 to Spring 1973 as Designer’s Workshop pieces, and subsequently as Miniatures.