Julip Horses return at a gallop

Published on: 1st June 2012

The British model horse makers, Julip Horses, has returned to the retail scene this year following a 12-year absence.

Annabel Levaux, director of Julip Horses, is thrilled to return and is brimming with enthusiasm after a very successful start to the year. June 4th marks, not only the Queen’s Jubilee, but also Annabel’s 28th year of ownership. She is the company’s third owner in its 67-year history. With new investment in the business there are great plans ahead for Julip, and Annabel is full of confidence for the future.

Julip Horses, established in 1945, is one of Britain’s oldest independent toy companies, and was the world’s first dedicated model horse company when the first Julips emerged from its workshop in a recovering post-war London.


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