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Jack & Jill

Jack & Jill


Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes

Size: 3″

2 in stock

2 in stock

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We are pleased to present the sixth piece in the charming series of costumed mice based on the Old Mother Goose nursery rhymes illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Jack & Jill each measure a diminutive 3″ tall. They are designed in mouse form of the finest mohair plush and jointed at the neck and shoulders. Jack & Jill feature realistic coloring, German glass eyes, inset whiskers, resin hands and feet and fine leather tails. Built-in metal stands provide effortless display for this charming couple.

From the original English nursery rhyme of the same name, Jack & Jill are costumed in true Kate Greenaway fashion. Jill wears an Empire-waist frock made of fine custom-dyed cotton batiste. On her head she wears a tiny bonnet sewn of mini natural straw braid trimmed with pink silk ribbon. Jack is outfitted in a custom-dyed cotton smock of the period with authentic pleating at the front and tiny buttons down the back. He is accessorized with a wool felt hat. Between them, they hold a handpainted miniature wooden bucket as they start up the hill on their ill-fated venture! This is the first paired set of mice ever offered by R. John Wright. Jack & Jill joins previous, sold out issues in the Mother Goose Mice Series. Limited to only 150 sets worldwide, each pair will come in a deluxe RJW presentation box with the accompanying signed and numbered certificate of authenticity and the forms for owner registration.

Jack and Jill
Went up the hill,
To fetch a pail of water;
Jack fell down
And broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 10 × 6 in




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