CORLETT COLLECTABLES


This company works out of San Diego and produces all kinds of resin figurines of exceptional quality and detail. Their horses and equines are in a lying down position and include a stunning Clydesdale mare, a Clydesdale foal, Zebras in large, medium and small sizes, an adorable donkey foal, and a generic horse and foal. The Clydesdale mare and large Zebra both have glass eyes, which add to their realism, and they measure about 5.5" tall. The medium Zebra, horse and Clyde foal are about 3.5" tall, and the others are about 2.5" tall. Based in San Diego, this company produces lighweight resin models, including equines. Headed by Scott Corlett, this company was originally called Wild Things. Before starting Corlett Collectables, Scott started another company with his previous partner, which is called Living Stone. There was a falling out and Scott left, his half of the company being bought out by his partner. Before that, Scott worked at Sandicast! This great tidbit of info was furnished by Raymond Sifton.

Photo credits: Clydesdale Mare in a specially ordered black/dark bay color; photo provided by Laura Pervier


Clydesdale Mare & Foal in Bay
Photo provided by Laura Pervier

Clydesdale Mare in Dark Bay
Photo provided by Karen Grimm

Clydesdale Foal in Bay
Photo provided by Karen Grimm

Large Zebra
Sculpted by Kitty Cantrell; photo provided by Karen Grimm

Large Zebra
Photo provided by Laura Pervier

Medium & Small Zebra
Photo provided by Laura Pervier

Grants Zebra Foal
Shown as "Kalahari," and owned by Juanita Snyder


Laying Donkey Foals in Grey and Bay
Shown as "Almita" and "Marky Mark," and owned by Juanita Snyder


Laying Donkey Foal in Chestnut Spotted
Shown as "Fanfaire," and owned by Traci Durrell-Khalife


Donkey Jennet in Chestnut Spotted
Photo provided by Karen Grimm

Donkey Jennet in Black Spotted
Shown as "Shamrock Assteca," owned by Lisa Donelly

Lying Foal in Buckskin
Photo provided by Karen Grimm

Lying Horse in Bay
Photo provided by Carrie Hawkins

Lying Horse in Chestnut
Photo provided by Karen Grimm



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