PLEASE NOTE: This is an archive of our original site, for informational purposes only. We no-longer have a sales catalogue.
Welcome to a Windstone Editions Encyclopedia
- Our aim is to provide an encyclopedia of Windstone Editions statues that
were made available through retail stores, through 2008, with photos and
information on each piece. See the Encyclopedia Key for details.
- This is not a sales catalog, though there are links to our Astral
Castle Online Catalog for some of the statues that are available. Please
consider buying your Windstone Statues from us.
- This is not the official Windstone
Editions website; click here
for the official Windstone
- To view a particular Windstone Editions sculpture, click on the name in the menu
on the left of the screen. If your screen is not separated into frames click here. To see more names on the menu, scroll down the list, or use the
alphabet at the bottom of the page to quickly go to the letter range of the statue
you're interested in seeing.
- If the statue has a thumbnail image you can usually get a better view of
it by clicking on that thumbnail image.
- Note that the quoted prices are original retail prices and make no acknowledgement of
post retirement or secondary market values. See the Encyclopedia Key for more on this.
- Though we are trying for a complete list, we do not have
images of all Windstone Editions. If you have
information or an image you'd like to supply for this project, or if you find any broken links or inaccuracies, please
let me know by using the ''Contact Us'' link below; thanks!
- The first Windstone Sculptures were
produced in 1984, and they usually had a simple rubber stamped "Windstone
Editions, North Hollywood" identifier on the base. Felt pads, with printed
information, were introduced around 1989, and the "Peņa"
hang tags were added around 2000. In 2006 Windstone Editions started producing
limited production sculptures, some of which were hand painted by Melody Peņa,
for direct sale or auction by Windstone Editions themselves. None of these
are included in our Encyclopedia as they were not available through retail
- Most of Melody Peņa's sculptures have a copyright stamp. The
stamp indicates when the original sculpture was made, and does not give any
indication as to when a particular coloring of that sculpture was
introduced. So, for example, an auction listing that says "Black-Gold Young
Dragon from 1988, signed by Melody Pena" is wrong on two counts: the
Black-Gold version was from 2005, not 1988, and the "signature" is simply
the "Peņa" copyright stamp. A figurine that really was signed by Melody
Pena would be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
- All information supplied here comes from my personal knowledge and is in
no way to be considered official. Its fitness for any purpose whatsoever is
- Special thanks to those who provide images we are missing, including
Melanie Wagner, Laura Hannan, Sarah Jestin, Amanda Keay, and Kaya Eschete, and the folks at Windstone
Editions who provided us with detailed information on issue
dates and retirements, and some images of the rarer pieces.
- All images in this Encyclopedia are copyrighted. Please click on this
Copyright Information link to get more details.