14 Heart-Meltingly Cute Farm Animal Figurines

These adorable handmade animal collectibles make great garden gifts.

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Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Photo By: Image courtesy of Colin's Creatures

Highland Cattle

With their long horns and thick wavy coats of hair, Highland cattle (also known as The Heilan Coo) are a familiar sight in the rugged terrain of the Scottish Highlands. These miniatures can be created with their heads angled up or down or looking straight ahead if you want to place them on a mantel at eye level.

Alpaca Family

Available in various colors of fur (white, brown, dark brown, black), these lifelike miniatures are made of porcelain, castable stone and imported woven fur from Steiff-Schulte in Germany.

Belted Galloways

A familiar sight in southwestern Scotland, the Belted Galloway is a heritage beef breed that originated from Galloway. In the U.S., these are often referred to as Oreo Cows. 

Camel Caravan

Native to the Middle East and the Horn of Africa, the one-humped brown camel (also known as the dromedary) is recreated here in handcrafted versions made in Asheville, North Carolina.

Berkshire Piglets

These reproductions of the Berkshire pig that were first brought to the U.S. from England in 1823 are 3 inches tall at the back and all porcelain except for the tail.

Chick Trio

Covered in soft alpaca fur, these sweet peep collectibles make an ideal gift for an Easter basket. 

Corgi Clan

These delightful dog figurines represent different breeds of the popular Welsh Corgi, which is used to herd farm animals in Great Britain.

Woolly Kisses

A Cotswold ewe kisses a baby lamb in this handcrafted set from Colin’s Creatures. The head and legs on the ewe are porcelain and it is covered with woven mohair; the lamb is covered in wool. 

Grey Donkeys

These docile creatures are covered with short gray and white fur and have long rounded ears that stand straight up.

German Rams

With their black faces, horns and legs and silver long fur, these German Grey Horned Heath Sheep are quite unique in appearance from other breeds and are associated with the Lueneburger Heide, an area between Hanover and Hamburg, Germany.

Llama Herd

Cuddly is the word for these lifelike llamas that feature long mohair white fur and tall, slightly curled ears.

Black and White Duo

A pair of Galway black and white Ying and Yang twins snuggle for warmth in this sheep portrait of a popular western Ireland breed.

Westies

The West Highland White Terrier, which is more commonly known as the Westie, has a distinctive white coat that is typical of this Scottish dog breed.

Santa's Elves

A different type of elf celebrates the holiday season in this display of three sheep who are ready to serve Santa in their red and green booties and stocking caps.