Soft toy makers based in Kent. They have been making bears and other animals since 1947. www.keeltoys.com
Staffordshire china company which began in the 1930s as a trade name for “The Longton New Art Pottery Co”. They had several horses in their range including heavies and foals. No longer in production.
Kelsboro Ware Horse
Staffordshire china company. They had a nice standing pony in their range. No other information available.
KENSINGTON ROCKING HORSE Co.
Sussex based maker of traditional horses by F.N. Gardner.
China company from Stoke-On-Trent which began in the 1920s. The factory closed in 1961 and I believe they did have some equine figures in their range.
Animal models made by artist Renee Kern from Northamptonshire. No other information available.
Model horses made by collector Helen Scott of Fife during the mid 1970s. They were made from cane frames bound with wool and stood 6 - 8” tall.
Sculptor of many bronzes of hunting and racing figures as well as trophies.
Hertfordshire based maker of traditional wood rocking horses. They also produced a ‘Thelwell’ rocking pony made from fibreglass.
Models made with polished Welsh coal. A standing pony and lying donkey were in their range, about 5 - 7 cms tall. It is not known whether the company is still trading.
KITNEY & COMPANY
Kent based mini model company making military war gaming kits. These were made from pewter in the late 1990s. There was a standing horse about 5” tall.
Sculptor from West Sussex. He has made several equine bronzes, both full size and models. His work includes dressage and racing pieces, with portrait models of Dawn Run and Desert Orchid.
Plastic toy company started by O & M Kleeman in the 1950s. They made some plastic construction kits, two of which were of horse drawn vehicles with horses. There was a Surrey with Fringe on Top and a Fire Pump. No longer made.