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Vintage Patrick Rylands Fish Bird Bath Toy British Design Trendon

I am offering a pair of original Patrick Rylands designed fish and bird bath toys, icons of British design, made by Trendon Toys. These original vintage Patrick Rylands fish and bird bathtub toys measure 5.25" and 5.75" long, and feature weighted bottoms so they stay upright in the water. The yellow / gold fish with black eyes has scratches, minimal teeth marks, and a small hairline crack on the top, along with minimal wear to the eyes. The white sea gull with blue eyes has scratches, wear to the eyes, and a crack along the seam in the bottom. The bird toy is featured on the front cover of "Award Winning British Design," released in March of 2012, and is in an exhibit at the Victoria & Albert Museum. This set of Patrick Rylands fish and bird were winners of the Design Council / Design Week Duke of Edinburgh's Design Award in 1970.

These darling Patrick Rylands bath toys are great to use, or for your modern decor. These bath toys do stay upright when they're not in water, so they'll look great on a shelf, too, not just in a bath tub.

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Vintage Patrick Rylands Fish Bird Bath Toy British Design Trendon


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: plastic, abs
  • Ships worldwide from Michigan, United States
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