Jerry The Guinea Pig Ceramic Trophy Style Head

Charlotte Miller Ceramics

£95.00 Delivery included

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    • Order placed
    • 29th November
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    • Dispatched
    • 8th January
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    • Standard delivery
    • 11th - 13th January


  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Jerry the guinea pig trophy style head seen from the front on a wall.
Jerry the guinea pig trophy held by a hand behind a white wall.
Jerry the guinea pig trophy held by a hand, seen from the side.
Jerry the guinea pig trophy seen from the side held by a hand.
Jerry the guinea pig trophy seen at the bottom with a stamp.
Jerry the guinea pig seen from the front with a ruler for size.

Say hello to Jerry the guinea pig. A wall mounted trophy style animal head in a sailor hat.

Jerry is hand-modelled from stoneware and painted in under glaze by Charlotte Miller in her Dorset-based ceramics studio. The guinea pig has a matt finish with gloss eyes.

Need to know

Approx size 12 cm long.
The head has a hole in the back in which to hang on a hook or screw on the wall.
Handmade ceramic sculpture.
This piece will be made for you by hand from scratch so may differ slightly from the photo.
Not a toy.


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Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 11th - 13th January

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Charlotte Miller Ceramics

Poole, dorset

Charlotte Miller is a Poole-based ceramicist and pottery teacher.

She creates handmade sculptures and tableware inspired by domestic animals and the peculiarities of the British. Her anthropomorphic, whimsical budgie sculptures are endearing and nostalgic, while her quirky tableware is a tribute to the eccentric and kitsch.

As a child, Charlotte became a keen social observer, trawling around car-boot sales with her Dad collecting curios, midcentury kitsch and seaside postcards. Amused by seeing the closeness of people and her pets, she decided to blend the two. Brian (aka ‘Elvis’) was born out of the chance meeting of an Elvis lover and his budgerigar.