Here is some information on the
basset ornaments. These are made of porcelain clay and then they are glazed and
fired. They are 4 to 4.5 inches wide. The back of each basset is white. Each one
is signed and dated on the back. If you order a custom basset I will put your
bassets name on the back as well.
I have 3 styles of bassets -
standing, sitting or hunting. They hang from cord with some glass or jeweled
beads attached. All the bassets below are $15 plus shipping. I will use USPS
fixed rate Priority Mail boxes to ship. I can probably fit at least 3 bassets in
each box and there's no extra shipping charge. Each will be wrapped in bubble
wrap. The fixed rate price is $7.20 in the U.S. I can ship to other places
but would need to figure out shipping costs. Custom bassets are $20 plus
shipping. I'll figure out shipping for bigger orders.
I also make basset windchimes. I
only make these with the standing basset and make them with 1, 2 or 3 bassets
with a bell at the bottom. The windchimes pictured were glazed with a clear coat
and then painted with alcohol inks and sealed. They are painted on the back.
They should be placed in a sheltered area since they probably won't take a lot
of abuse from the elements. I don't have any windchimes available right now. I
can make these with the alcohol inks or as natural looking bassets.
If you want a custom basset you
will need to send me a photo of your basset (see below).
If you want one of the bassets in
stock, just tell me which one(s).
Payment, contact info, etc.
My Paypal account is
It will say payment is to Chris Coyle because I can't change the name on my
account - it should say Chris Orlikowski. Coyle was my name from a previous
marriage a million years ago.
If you need to call me my phone number is 303-670-6838 or cell number
is 303-229-7343. My email address is
If you scroll to the bottom you
will see tons of cookies. This whole thing started because I make cookies for my
basset hound club every year for our different events - specialty, hunt test,
christmas parties, etc. You can see lots and lots of different bassets made into
cookies! The cookies were hard to ship because of breakage so I thought I should
make them out of clay. These are basic sugar cookies with royal icing. I've made
hundreds of them. In October of 2019 the Basset Hound Club of America will host
it's National Specialty here in Denver and I will be there with cookies and
ornaments. All basset people are welcome to come! If you want to know more about
our club please visit our Facebook page for Timberline Basset Hound Club or
visit our website basset-tbhc.org.
I'm the club treasurer and cookie maker.