If you're "game" for color with lots fowl and flow then this pair of circa 1950's Pheasants are worthy of your attention. Made by Royal Copley of Sebring, Ohio (1941-1957) they have survived the passing years in relatively good condition with some crazing in the glaze that testifies to their age. There are also original manufacturing flaws present (a small indentation on one's head, extra pottery on a base) and a tiny area of roughness on the tip of one's tail. Their stance and size are bound to make a decorator drool with the taller measuring 9.5" in length, 2.75" in width and 10 3/8" in height, while the other is 12.25" in length, 2.75" in width and 6.75" tall. Neither are marked but guaranteed to be Royal Copley and guaranteed to create a powerful presence in your den, office or man cave.