Porcelain mice are manufactured in various forms - as mice alone or as a mouse eating sugar, cheese or a chestnut.
Glass mice are popular for decoration and our three small glass mice complement each other perfectly, but can also be used in sets or individually.
The symbolic meaning of the mouse
Despite the small size of mice and their harmless being, mice can scare even the biggest elephant. Mice are the symbol of speediness and checkerness. An old proverb says, it is better to be little and quick but big and lazy. This describes the symbolic meaning of the mouse very well. The mice figurines from Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl are very sweet in the decoration of your house.
Figurines of mice from Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl
Mouse is part of the rodents, consisting of squirrels, rabbits and mice, etc. are well represented in Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl production of porcelain figurines. Many of these figurines have become very popular collectibles, and especially mice figures are much sought after and some of them are difficult to find.
1020062 Royal Copenhagen Mouse on Sugar Erik Nielsen
1020063 Royal Copenhagen Mouse on Chestnut Erik Nielsen
1562 Bing & Grondahl Mice couple Dahl-Jensen
1640 Bing & Grondahl Mouse
1718 Bing & Grondahl Mouse
1728 Bing & Grondahl Mouse Dahl-Jensen
1801 Bing & Grondahl Little Gray Mouse Dahl-Jensen
2564 Royal Copenhagen mice Platen Hallermundt
512 Royal Copenhagen Mouse cub Erik Nielsen
521 Royal Copenhagen Two mice Arnold Krogh