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.
Photos by Joanie Berkwitz/The Pour Horse with the following exceptions: silver bay in the top row, L. Dean; bay and silver bay in fifth row, M. Olson; red chestnut in sixth row, D. West; flaxen chestnut with two socks in sixth row, K. Williams; flaxen chestnut with one sock in sixth row, T. Lee; dun in seventh row, M. Jensen; dapple grey in seventh row, E. Heritage-Mench; buckskin in seventh row, T. Wells; overo pinto in second to last row, M. Gaulding; tobiano pinto in second to last row, J. Arns-Rossi; bay in second to last row and dun in last row, M. Miller. Thank you very much everyone!