Lippett was sculpted by Maureen Love and introduced in earthenware ceramic in 2004. He represents a Morgan stallion and is a small 1:9 scale, or in plastic model horse parlance, Traditional scale. Laurilyn Burson bought the rights to produce a one mold ceramic run of Lippett from the Maureen Love Estate and paid Joanie as a contractor to bring it to fruition. Approximately 20 pieces were created. Click on the pictures below for larger views.
The buckskin above left may or may not be Joanie's, she is not sure if she did it or not.
Photos by Joanie Berkwitz/The Pour Horse with the following exceptions: silver bay in the top row, L. Dean; buckskin pinto, C. McDermott; bay on ribbon and and silver bay with no leg markings, M. Olson; red chestnut, D. West; flaxen chestnut with two hind socks, K. Williams; flaxen chestnut with right hind sock, T. Lee; dun with ribbon, M. Jensen; dapple grey, E. Heritage-Mench; buckskin on show table, T. Wells; buckskin with no markings, M/Meader; overo pinto, M. Gaulding; bay tobiano pinto, J. Arns-Rossi; bay with two hind socks, darker dun with no socks; M. Miller, flaxen chestnut/dark palomino in sunshine, P. Entin; head shot of red dun and dun with four white socks, D. Sinkovich. Thank you very much everyone!