Mister Alphabet is created and assembled with components made in Southern California. We are proud to be a small-batch manufacturer using quality materials including porcelain and food-safe silicone. For each of the figurine's major components, we carefully selected suppliers who value the art of production on a small scale. The hardworking individuals who stitch, cast, and kiln-fire Mister Alphabet's hands, feet, and clothing bring an added value to the process of assembly, which is made complete by our hand-painting of each and every piece.


Our first production run features a notable exception to the regional story, however. Our slip-cast porcelain heads are lovingly created near Mexico City by a porcelain factory founded in 1920. Mister Alphabet's head represents a first for the company as the smallest clay piece produced by there. A first of its kind, Mister Alphabet in general represents a unique effort to create a simple, posable figurine designed to bend and stay in any letter of the alphabet.