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statuette

a small statue

Statuette

Diminutive statue, especially one that is less than life size
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Video captured by The Associated Press appears to show Bryant walking with the statuette out of the party, the Governors Ball, and holding it up proudly to photographers and gawkers waiting outside.
06 ( ANI ): In one of the most bizarre incidents happening at the Oscars, a man has been arrested for allegedly stealing actress Frances McDormand's Oscar statuette.
AP) -- Winners of the Screen Actors Guild Awards often remark on their statuettes -- their green-black appearance, their hefty weight -- but the awards start out in a decidedly different state: as molten metal.
Pour rappel historique, cette statuette perdue, aujourd'hui retrouvee, a ete volee dans la nuit du vendredi 8 novembre 2013.
He submitted that the priceless bronze statuette Dancing Girl was in National Museum in New Dehli, India, and had not been retrieved as it was the property of Sindh province and excavated with other fascinating artifacts from Moen-jo-Daro by archaelogist Earnest Mackey.
Polich Tallix, Rock Tavern, New York, produced the Oscar statuettes for this year's Academy Awards.
The auctioneer had estimated the golden statuette would sell for $5,000 to $30,000.
Summary: A French art expert Thursday unveiled evidence he says proves that a silver statuette of a woman bent over in suffering is an unknown work by the 19th-century master Auguste Rodin.
A 15TH century wooden statuette of the Virgin Mary is expected to reach up to pounds 10,000 when it goes for auction.
A report on notable acquisitions by the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, published in APOLLO in October 2007, singled out a gilt-bronze statuette of St John the Baptist, claiming it to be by Michelozzo, and to be the central figure from the holy-water stoup in SS Annunziata, Florence.
There are a lot of steps involved in making golden awards such as the Academy Awards' Oscar statuette.
We have never replaced a statuette that has fallen out of the care of an inheriting individual or institution.