Originally Posted by BakingIrene
These figures are known as Wedgwood style. I have seen instructions for making them in older British cake decorating books but you have to have a piece of figured Wedgwood to start with.
Google "cake thame" as they sell some similar molds, and may help you find exactly what you are looking for.
I agree with BakingIrene about needing a piece of Wedgwood. I have over 500 pieces of it (unfortunately when I get into something I can go nuts). I actually have some of the Wedgwood molds that came from the factory. I bought them at a boot sale while in England. I glanced at some of the stuff that I have and came up with the same as this Ebay auction. The figures themselves are a nice size. If you could get these I would since that is a very good price. Not the exact figure on the cake, but a nice one. They look to have nice undercutting which is important.
The more I look at the cake the more I think those are Wedgwood molds. The trees next to the lady and the top round tier look the same as some of my stuff.