If you have not been able to identify a Cybis human-figure sculpture because you do not know its name and thus cannot find it in the Name Index, this page may be able to help.
IMPORTANT! BEFORE YOU EXAMINE THE VISUAL INDEX, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR FIGURE IS NOT SHOWN IN ANOTHER ARCHIVE POST INSTEAD OF IN THIS ONE.
If your piece is signed M. B. Cybis, please see this Archive post. These pieces often look like Cordey in design.
For any religious figure, look in the applicable post: Jesus bust/figure, 1950s madonna bust/torso, 1950s madonna full figures, post-1960 madonna figures and busts (will never be glazed), angels, saints and pope, nativity scene/grouping, or individual nativity figure.
All the Cybis busts of children are on the Child Portrait Busts page. Adult busts are shown on this page under their respective gender heading.
If it is a child kneeling and looking into a Christmas stocking, it is one of the Holiday Children.
If your piece depicts a Native American/American Indian, it is in the North American Indians post.
If it is a ballerina, it is in the Ballet post.
Only seven Cybis pieces combined a male and female figure on a single base; they are shown in the final section of this page. The three non-religious mother-and-child figures are in the Females section here.
Some Cybis pieces were made in more than one colorway, and/or may have slightly differing decorative elements; for example a pink version of Betty Blue was made one year as a gallery event piece, and some standard retail pieces were offered both in plain white and in color. The examples shown below represent a standard retail version of that particular design and so it’s possible that yours might vary.
Each thumbnail is a link to the Archive page on which that piece is illustrated and described.
There is no Visual Index for non-human Cybis figures and objects. However, those can be easily found by looking under the appropriate Category link (Animals, Flowers, Giftware/Home Decor, etc.) The Category links are on the right-hand side of every post (and also above the footer) on desktop and laptop displays, but are all pushed to the bottom on mobile devices. Unfortunately, I have no control over the mobile device layout.
The images below are arranged so as to provide a symmetrical desktop/laptop display layout and a usable view of the sculpture. They are not arranged alphabetically, chronologically, nor in size-proportion to one another.
Some mobile devices will not display this particular page as it was designed to look, but the thumbnail links will still operate.
Lady Godiva, Suzanne, Sleeping Beauty
Lisa & Lynette, Circus Rider, Leda & the Swan
First Bath, Eskimo Mother, Sabrina
Unidentified girl and baby, Cinderella at the Ball, Cybele
Rose White, Kitri, Pandora
Scheherazade, Alice in Wonderland, First Flight/Bouquet
Dawn, Elizabeth Ann, Rose Red
Girl Picking Daisies, Little Miss Muffet, Abigail Adams
The Lady & the Unicorn, Sharmaine, Aphrodite
Clarissa, Shirley, Mermaid
Cinderella Belle of the Ball, Rapunzel, Guinevere
Scarlett, Thumbelina, Columbine
Little Princess (Collector’s Club), Springtime, The Acrobat
Pollyanna, Vanessa, Fleurette
Spirit of Ecstasy, Jeanie, Young Rose/Roberta/Bridesmaid (depending on color)
Beatrice, Rebecca, Gretel
The Little Match Girl, First Born, Bedtime Beth
Portia, Columbia, Girl with Lamb
Little Gymnast, Persephone, Goldilocks & Panda Bear
Little Red Riding Hood, Nefertiti, Flower Girl
Here Comes the Bride, Madame Butterfly, Birth at Lowicz
The Polish Bride, Queen Esther, Mary Mary
Alice, The Swimmer, Wendy (various)
Juliet, Queen Guenevere, Golden Princess
Bride Commemorative, Cinderella, Desdemona
Kara, Jane Eyre, Marguerite
Priscilla, Encore, Nefertiti Bust
Choir girl with book (ca. 1950s), Queen of Sheba, Laura
Emily Ann, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Little Miss Liberty
Enchanted Princess Aurora, Lady Elizabeth, Dream of Venus
Felicia, Good Queen Anne, Cleopatra
Berengaria, Kwan Yin, Gone Fishing
Elaine Lady of the Lake, Figure Eight, Heidi
Girl with Chipmunk, A Star is Born, Ophelia
Female Jogger, Melissa, Allegra
Daddy’s Little Girl, Liberty, Little Bo Peep
Camille, Bathsheba, Carmen
Lady Macbeth, Betty Blue, Kitty Fisher
Madonna with Lily, Eve with Cain and Abel
Tang Dynasty I, Little Boy Blue, Shepherd with Gifts (ca. 1950s)
Little Jamie, Camel Tender (ca. 1950s), Shepherd with Flock (ca. 1950s)
Three Kings/Wise Men (ca. 1950s), Rusty & Jonny, Theron
Infant of Prague, Child of Prague (ca. 1950s), Mini Infant of Prague (partial)
Yankee Doodle Dandy, Nicky the Drummer Boy, King Arthur
Puck, Christopher the Sea Listener, Tang Dynasty II
Tang Dynasty III, Pip the Elfin Player, Rumples
Skipper & Jens, George Washington bust, Melchior
Court Jester, Andy, Icarus
Michael, Arion the Dolphin Rider, Moses
Balthasar, Wee Willie Winkie, Hamlet
Richard the Lionheart, Noah, Jack & the Beanstalk
Peter Pan, Enamored Prince Florimund, Jumbles & Friend
Baa Baa Black Sheep, Robin Hood, Folk Singer
Harlequin, Soccer Player, Joseph
Ring Bearer, Altar Boy (ca. 1950s), Caspar
The Pauper, Shepherd, Mark Antony
Bedtime Jody, Little Cowboy, The Buccaneer
The Prince, King Solomon, Hansel
Beau Brummel, Frollo, Choir Boy
Oberon, Baseball Player, Golden Prince (Collector’s Club)
Pagliacci, Sir Henry, David the Shepherd Boy
Othello, Bridegroom, Football Player
male Jogger, King David, Mister President
Balthasar (1950s nativity king), The Blue Boy
MALE & FEMALE ON ONE SCULPTURE (not nativity)
If your Cybis does not appear on this page and is also not in any of the posts described in the first part of this post, please feel free to send me a photo for identification. There is a contact-page link below.
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The Cybis Archive is a continually-updated website that provides the most comprehensive range of information about Cybis within a single source. It is not and never has been part of the Cybis Porcelain studio, which is no longer in business.