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Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001

Sumatra face pot in a rare white coat produced by Kevin Francis Ceramics of Stoke-on-Trent, England, circa 2001. The Bengal tiger is a population of the Panthera tigris subspecies. It ranks among the biggest wild cats alive today. The tiger is estimated to have been present in the Indian subcontinent since the Late Pleistocene, for about 12,000 to 16,500 years. Today, it is threatened by poaching, loss and fragmentation of habitat, and was estimated at comprising fewer than 2,500 wild individuals by 2011. The Bengal tiger's range covers India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and southwestern China. India's tiger population was estimated at 3,000 individuals in 2018. Born of royal lineage, Sumatra is known as "The Gentle Prince".

Maker:

Kevin Francis Face Pots

England

circa 2001

Model #:

Derivative

face pot

Size:

small

Height:

2"

Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
Sumatra face pot white - Kevin Francis circa 2001
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