Loza Electrica
Loza Electrica "Clancy"  sculpted by Sue Sifton,
Commissioned by Karen Grimm of Black Horse Ranch and produced by Loza Electrica  (Mexico).
Several colors were produced in small OF runs, the early ones glazed by Loza and the later ones glazed by Karen Grimm:
L-R: "Tinker"  black & white Vanner (with odd pink feet!), Grey, Liver Chestnut, Black, Bay, Blood Bay, & Chestnut
Loza Electrica
Loza Electrica was a sister company to Hagen Renaker. It was owned by Jim, Freya &
Eric Renaker. Jim was the son of John and Maxine, the Hagen Renaker founders.
The Loza factory operated in Mexico from 1992-1998.
Jose Garcia was the sculptor for most of Loza's figures.
Loza also did contract work, making a few pieces for Karen Grimm of Black Horse Ranch.
Loza Electrica "Quarter Horse"  sculpted by Jose Garcia,
Commissioned by Karen Grimm of Black Horse Ranch and produced by Loza Electrica  (Mexico).
Several colors were produced in small OF runs, some on base and some off base:
L-R: "Ozone" a black & white portrait horse, chestnut, and dark palomino.
Loza Electrica "Arabian"  sculpted by Jose Garcia,
Commissioned by Karen Grimm of Black Horse Ranch and produced by Loza Electrica  (Mexico).
Several colors were produced in small OF runs, some on base and some off base:
L-R: a cold painted bisque, bay, palomino, and gray.
Miscellaneous Loza Electrica Horses
Several colors were produced in small OF runs, some on base and some off base:
Back Row: large Dressage horse
Front Row all sculpted by Jose Garcia: Mini Arabian in dark gray, mini dressage horse in bay, mini Arabian in light gray.
A nice catalog of Loza figurines can be found at Jane Chapman's site here: