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NEW Winter 2019 Painted Ponies

The Trail of Painted Ponies is happy to welcome 2019 with the introduction of three new figurines, each winners of Painted Pony Design Competitions, each shining examples of the way talented artists see the horse as a source of creative inspiration.

In the past, Native Americans told stories through pictures and symbols drawn on rocks, hides, and other surfaces with natural pigments that were mixed to produce a palette of beautiful colors, as shown on "Native Paint."

Adorned with turquoise feathers and adornments, "Turquoise Princess" brings health and happiness to whomever she touches.

A buttercup is a yellow cup-shaped flower that calls to mind sunny fields of golden wildflowers blooming in the springtime, and it is sometimes the name given to a horse that someone is sweet on. Meet "Buttercup."

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Native Paint
By Laurie Cook
Item # 6004261
9.5" Tall


In the past, Native Americans did not communicate through writing as we know it. Instead they told stories through pictures and symbols drawn on rocks, hides, and other surfaces with natural pigments that were mixed to produce a palette of yellow, white, red, green, black and blue. Some of these “picture writings” recorded important events of a tribe, and some had meaning only to the individual who made them. The meaning of others is no longer known, but respected for belonging to those-who-came-before.



Turquoise Princess
By Lorna Matsuda
Item # 6004260
7" Tall


Tales of old say that a long time ago Native Americans noticed gray rocks with clear blue lines running through them and interpreted the imagery as elements of sky and water locked in stone. From that time on, turquoise was cherished for its beauty and as a source of positive healing energy and good fortune for those who possessed it. Adorned with turquoise feathers and adornments, Turquoise Princess brings health and happiness to whomever she touches. 




Buttercup
By Bryn Wilkins Lawson
Item # 6004502
6.5 " Tall


A buttercup is a yellow cup-shaped flower that calls to mind sunny fields of golden wildflowers blooming in the springtime. Although not always the friendly little flower their name suggests - their petals are considered poisonous to wildlife - buttercups are quite pretty, often used as a term of endearment like “Honey” and “Sweetie,” and sometimes the name given to a horse that someone is sweet on.


ORDER NOW for shipping in March 2019. Contact Your Enesco Account Executive Or Sales Support at:
1 (800) 4ENESCO