This figure portrays the parable of the lost sheep. It was made without a bocage, although the same pot bank made this figure both with and without bocage. You can understand why even those of no religious persuasion are drawn to this appealing figure.
This figure portrays the parable of the lost coin and it too was made without a bocage, but I have yet to see this particular model of the lost coin with a bocage.
The figure group below is, to the best of my knowledge, unique. It has both the lost sheep and the lost coin on one base.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and you can clearly see why I believe these two groups emanated from the same pot bank. Amidst the hum-drum, is it not refreshing to see one pot bank's innovative approach?