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Collectable Vintage Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Dogs

For your enjoyment only. This is my own personal vintage dog figurine collection. They are not for sale.

The right side of a white with brown and black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that is laying down. The figurine has detailed eyes a black nose, ears that hang down to the sides, and black painted lips.

Pictured is a vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. It is of a white dog with a brown mask face, brown ears and a brown and black patch on its back. It is in a lying down pose. The eyes are brown and black with white edges and the nose and mouth-line are black. The paws are white with black tips. On the bottom of the figurine is the crown mark logo, which appears twice. The crown mark is the very first trademark (TMK-1) the Goebel company used on their figurines. It was used between 1935 and 1949. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. The term double-crown mark is used when the symbol appears twice on the same piece. On this figurine it appears in a blue stamp and an incised engraving. There is also an engraving that reads CH. 116. It measures 2 3/4 inches tall from the ground to the top of the head, 5 1/2 inches long from the base of the tail to the front paw and 2 1/2 inches wide from the back to the side of the tail.

Other Dog Breed Names

Ruby Spaniel

Blenheim Spaniel

A white with brown and black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that is laying down. The figurine has black at the tips of its paws.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel—front-side view

The front left side of a white with brown and black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that is laying down. The tips of the figurines paws are black.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel—front-side view

The back right side of a white with brown and black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that is laying down. The tail of the figurine is hard to differentiate from the body.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel—back-side view

The back left side of a white with brown and black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that is laying down. The figurine is glossy.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel—back-side view

The left side of a white with brown and black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that is laying down.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel—back view

The underside of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine that has a Goebel W.Germany logo engraved and stamped on it. There is also an engraved letter/number combination - CH116 - on the underside.

Vintage Goebel double-crown mark Cavalier King Charles Spaniel—image shows the two crown mark logos. The crown mark is the very first trademark (TMK-1) the Goebel company used on their figurines. It was used between 1935 and 1949. It is the symbol of a crown; under the crown are the letters W and G overlapping one another. The term double-crown mark is used when the symbol appears twice on the same piece. On this figurine it appears in a blue stamp and an incised engraving. There is also an engraving that reads CH. 116.

The front right side of a red and white Cavalier King Charles Spaniel figurine. The figurine has black circles for eyes.

This is the Hagen-Renaker miniature dog called "King Charles Spaniel". It is of a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in a standing pose. The company calls it a “King Charles Spaniel,” however that is actually a different breed than this figurine. The King Charles Spaniel is another name for the English Toy Spaniel. The King Charles Spaniel (English Toy Spaniel) has a rounder, Pug-like face with a pushed back nose and extra skin under the eyes. I suppose the company decided to shorten the name by taking off the word “Cavalier,” not realizing it changed the breed. In any case, it is an adorable Blenheim-colored Cavalier King Charles Spaniel in a standing pose. It was designed by artist Maureen Love Calvert. It is item number 3391 and was first put on the HR line in the fall of 2004. It measures 1 3/4 inch tall from the ground to the top of the head, 2 7/8 inch long from the tip of the tail to the tip of the nose and 1 1/4 inch wide across the front from paw to paw. Made in the USA.

The white and red Cavalier King Charles Spaniel porcelain water pitcher.

This is a vintage Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog porcelain water pitcher. This is a white and maroon dog in a begging pose. It stands 10 inches high from the ground to the top of the pitcher, 5 1/2 inches long from the front paws to the back handle and 3 1/2 inches wide across the front from ear to ear. On the bottom it reads Hand Painted Staffs England EW. Very nice vintage condition with some crazing.

There are words on the underside of a porcelain pitcher. The words read - Hand Painted Staffs England EW.

Vintage Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog porcelain water pitcher—image showing the writing on the bottom of the pitcher that reads Hand Painted Staffs England EW.