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figurine

a small carved or moulded figure; statuette
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The country also released a series of policies to promote the development of Huishan clay figurine and established Huishan Clay Figurine Factory (the name of the factory is now changing into Wuxi Da A Fu) in the city of Wuxi.
Bur as a source for a methodology for figurine analysis, the book is a disappointment: the figurines take a backseat to a comparison of approaches, and archaeologists seeking insights from comparative art history will be left deeply frustrated.
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Mrs Sally Kerry, Hungerford, Berks ADOULTON figurines are probably the most famous British collectable of the 20th Century.
Figurines supposedly depicting Christ have more in common with Buddhism than Biblical Christianity.
The SimpsonsTM Figurines is a wicked range of Simpsons characters-a must for any fan of the TV series.
Material relations: the marriage figurines of Prehispanic Honduras, xiv+200 pages, 73 b&w illustrations, 11 tables.
This figurine tells us that storytelling thrived in the Han period and that sculptural art had reached a comparatively high level.
Winstanley also produces other animal figurines, including guinea pigs and hedgehogs.
At the Cardiff antiques centre the Pump House off Penarth Road, Peter White, 65, sells stormtroopers, ewoks, Hans Solo figurines, model spacecraft, original pop-out books and far more.
What stood out was the beauty of the figurines, their stark folk-like qualities, the size and beautiful expressions coupled with tremendous skill of the potters in making them.
The strictly limited Travian chieftain figurine (1000 units) can currently be purchased exclusively from the online store S.