Below are pictures of some of my Flower Frogs as displayed in my home.
If you can identify any of these, please e-mail me and let me know.
*** THESE ARE NOT FOR SALE ***
Click on thumbnail images to see a larger view. As you move your cursor over the shelves containing flower frogs in the larger pictures you will see text pop up listing the frogs on that shelf. Click and you will zoom in on the individual shelf.
I am often asked if I ever use my flower frogs.
To see some of my frogs in use, Enter here.
- Console table:
- California Pottery shallow oval console bowl with matching starfish and fish frogs
- Redwing Deer flower frog in the matching oval console bowl
- Singer treadle sewing machine:
- Oval Cowan compote with a matching flower frog in Apple Green
- Pair of Holt Howard flower frog filled with white candles and a mix of silk daisies and roses.
- Lamp table displaying 2 unmarked, heavy ceramic blocks and a crystal bowl Marked France with a silverplate frog cover
- Hearth - brass figure of two frogs playing leapfrog. The top frog is a flower frog. This is a newer unmarked piece, but nonetheless charming and a gift from my sister!
- Cupboard tops in kitchen:
- Large oxblood kingfisher in a matching console bowl marked AMBISCO
- Three American Bisque single hole flower frogs, Bashful Donkey, Pair of Swans, and Fawn or Bambi
- Camark two Crane flower frog in matching berry console bowl finished in the Nor-So Line after market gilded finish
- English rose bowl with applied fruit design and wire frog top
- Haeger Nude on a Fish frog in a large, heavy, shell console bowl
- Next to the sink sits a large metal swan, quite old and wearing a beautiful patina, a mix of paints, exposed metal, and rust stains. This holds water and has 8 holes plus a candleholder in the back. There are words/markings on the bottom, but they are worn. Thanks to Claire Height who wrote to tell me that she also has this swan and that on the bottom it reads "PETITES CHOSES"
- Holding potpourri, is a brass bowl from India with a wire frog top
- Assortment of flower frogs on the bottom shelf of Corner bakers rack.
- Ceramic Brick Flower Frog and heavy Crystal Bowl w/Frog insert in Window Seat.
- Pressed Glass Bowl w/Wire Frog and California Pottery in Milk crate shelf.
- Here are some pieces that haven’t made it to the shelves yet. There are several more that I haven’t photographed yet and several new ones on their way. I will add them as I continue taking inventory!
Entertainment center - This holds some of my favorite flower frogs. As you move your cursor over the shelves containing flower frogs you will see text pop up listing the frogs on that shelf. Click and you will zoom in on the individual shelf.
Dining Room Hutch - This holds my Nancy Lopez Cat, a Rosemeade Heron in bowl, several pieces of Van Briggle, and a few glass frogs. Two glass console sets sit on the base and several ducks, a catfish, and a couple of bowls sit on top of the hutch. As you move your cursor over the shelves containing flower frogs you will see text pop up listing the frogs on that shelf. Click and you will zoom in on the individual shelf.
Recess in wall where a Chicken crate hangs as a shelf above our 40-gal aquarium. This nook holds several different fish, wooden, pottery, glass, and, you guessed it, fish shaped flower frogs! As with hutch and Entertainment center, watch for text and click to zoom in.
This Baker's rack holds more flower frogs than other items! Move cursor over shelves to view pop-up list of frogs and click to zoom to individual shelf.
Tall glass display case is filled with some of my most expensive figures and an assortment of different colored glass blocks and bowls. Again, watch for text and click to zoom.
Large recess in Family Room filled with glass shelves that hold nothing but assorted flower frogs. I have tried to group these by maker, country of origin, type of figure, etc. Move cursor over the shelves and watch for text and click to zoom.
Old Timex Watch display case. This has a light in the top and the motor still rotates the shelf unit inside. This has ninty(90) spaces for watches and each displays either a glass block or other small flower frog.
Small bookcase type hutch that contains mostly metal and plastic frogs, many with their original boxes or on cards. Again, watch for text and click to zoom.
See some closeups of some of my favorites and a few frogs that aren't on the shelves Enter Here
Last updated February 28, 2007
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