Reptiles & Amphibians - This
subject represents reptiles or
amphibians. Examples: Frogs,
Toads, Turtles, Crocodiles,
Sports & Recreation Equipment -
This subject represents sports.
Examples: soccer ball,
basketball, baseball, tennis
racket, golf club, bike,
Words and Text - This subject
or any other form of written
Zoo/Wild Animals - This subject
represents zoo or wild animals.
Examples: Elephants, Giraffe,
Jaguar, Cheetah, Rhino, Buffalo,
Tiger, Lion, Monkey, Gorilla,
Buddha - There are over 100 poses
illustrating the life of the
Buddha. Unless you can only see
the face of the Buddha, each
posture will have a specific hand
gesture, called a Mudra,
associated with the posture.
Busts-A bust is a sculpted or cast representation of the upper part of the human/animal figure, depicting
a head and neck, and a portion of the chest.
Statues- A statue represents people or animals and is normally full-length, and too large to pick up.
(May be life size or larger - Usually above 20 inches tall).
Figurines- A figurine is a small statue (representing people or animals), and is usually small enough to
be picked up. (Usually under 20 inches tall and can be placed on a table).
Sculptures-A representation made by carving, casting, or other shaping techniques. Subjects other than
people and animals fit here. Sculptures may be any size (small or life size). Sculptures may be abstract
also. If the subject is a person or animal, it should be either a figurine (small enough to pick up) or
a statue (life-size or larger) instead of a sculpture.
Decorative Jars/Canisters-A jar/canister has a wide mouth, typically of the same width of the jar, or
very close to it. A jar can be used to store liquids or solids.
Decorative Urns-An urn is a vase, ordinarily covered, that usually has a narrowed neck above a footed
pedestal. These urns are decorative and are not meant to hold ashes.
Decorative Bottles- A Bottle has a neck which is much narrower than the body of the bottle, with a lipped
mouth to help avoid spilling when pouring. Bottles have a range of uses, but are primarily used to store
Cloche-Typically a cloche is rounded glass that can be set over collectibles, plants, candles etc. to
Decorative Bird Cages-Decorative birdcages can add interest on tabletops, bookshelves, console tables,
above kitchen cabinets, or displayed on a baby grand piano. These are not the same as Pet Bird Cages,
which are meant to house living birds. Decorative Bird Cages often are painted with a finish that can be
toxic to living birds. Decorative Bird cages are typically made of wrought iron.
Hourglass-An hourglass (sandglass, sand timer, sand watch) measures the passage of time. An hourglass has
two vertical glass bulbs that connect, and a material trickles between the two bulbs from top to bottom.
Once the top bulb is empty, it can be inverted to begin timing again.
Letter Blocks-Letter Blocks are blocks of letters/numbers or symbols that represent written language.
Model Boats/Cars/Planes-A Model Ship/Boat/Car/Motor Cycle/Helicopter/Plane is an exact replica on a small
Water Globes-Water globes, also known as snow globes, are decorative spheres made of glass or plastic.
While the spheres of these globes are normally glass or plastic, bases are made of a wide variety of
materials, including wood, brass, ceramics, plastic or glass.