figurine


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figurine

a small carved or moulded figure; statuette
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The figurine, depicting a Japanese 'Geisha' girl playing a mandolin, was purchased by Lennon as a gift for Yoko Ono in 1967.
They are asked to go to the figurine that has the most charge on it or that most stands out for them.
The figurine was part of Hadjiprodromou's declared private collection that he kept in his house in Famagusta prior to the Turkish invasion in 1974.
By becoming familiar with the different logos and their time periods, a knowledgeable collector can quickly tell what era a figurine is from.
The 1957 figurine was one of many objects designed to provide pleasure, or a representation of such pleasure, to the entombed.
The shabu, placed in 28 plastic sachets, weighed 140 grams and was hidden in the wooden base of the figurine.
And it's still disappointing to run into a locked area in the game knowing that it won't be accessible until you buy another (pricey) Infinity-compatible figurine.
Brian and Doreen Pollard, High Wycombe, Bucks A The Winstanley Cats are fun figurines and many are really quite cute.
Mr White said his stall caters for the mainstream collectible market where the price for the average Star Wars figurine is PS100.
The making of the figurine is done on the ground, squatting on the floor at home.
Everybody wants to be a Rothschild," an older Polish woman joked as we gazed at the wooden figurine holding a gold coin.
Bromfield's recent work has a strong link to the tradition of European ceramic figurine production.