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Saving is fun with this classic ceramic piggy bank; An adorable way to save your baby's first coins; Bank comes attractively gift boxed; Watch their savings grow ...
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Shop Ceramic Coin Banks : Decorative Accents at Walmart.com - and save. Buy Ceramic ... Set of 2 Delightful Trendy Blue and Green Ceramic Bird Piggy Banks.

In old english (around the 15th century) there was a word "pygg" which referred to a type of orange clay. People made all kinds of useful objects out of clay, including dishes and jars to hold spare change. An unknown person(s) thought to shape a "pygg" jar, to look j... More »
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DIY Ceramic Piggy Banks - Oriental Trading


Paint polka dots, stripes or any pattern you choose on these DIY Ceramic Piggy Bangs. A fun craft for kids to do at school or at home, these ceramic piggy banks ...

Pearhead Piggy Bank - Pink | BabiesRUs - Toys R Us


This Pink Pearhead Piggy Bank by Pearhead INTL is a hand-painted ceramic bank that's perfect for any baby's room.

Pearhead Ceramic Piggy Bank - Silver : Target


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Antique Piggy Banks - Collector Information | Collectors Weekly


Piggy banks get their name from an orange-colored clay called pygg, which was used in the Middle Ages to make jars for storing staples such ...

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Q: How to Craft a Ceramic Piggy Bank.
A: 1. Make a hollow ball for the pig's body. The easiest way to do this is a method called "pinch potting. Start with a large ball of clay, and make sure to knead ... Read More »
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Q: How to Open a Ceramic Piggy Bank.
A: Things You'll Need. Butter knife. Towel. Hammer. Instructions. Insert a butter knife into the opening of the piggy bank and hold the bank upside down while you ... Read More »
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Q: Where can I get a ceramic piggy bank?
A: You can try antique shops or you might be able to have someone make one for you who makes ceremic figures. Read More »
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Q: Where to buy unpainted ceramic piggy banks?
A: Also try Michaels Craft Store, or your local big craft store. Source(s): http://www.michaels.com/art/online/displ… http://www.michaels.com/art/online/proje… Read More »
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Q: Where can one go to create their own ceramic piggy bank?
A: Pottery painting and creation studios are becoming more and more popular. One can go to a place such as this to create and paint their own ceramic piggy bank. Read More »
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