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statuette

a small statue

Statuette

Diminutive statue, especially one that is less than life size
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This edible Oscar statuette will be part of the Academy Awards party planned by Chef Wolfgang Puck.
Two men hoist the statuette of Mary on their shoulders and carry it to a platform.
Just in time, though, 52 of the missing statuettes were found by Los Angeles junk salvager Willie Fulgear in a trash bin in Koreatown, a discovery that made him almost as famous as the celebs the Academy honors.
The academy statuette, presented in 12 categories, is a silver-plated cowboy hat.
The Lion's Gate release on the life of filmmaker James Whale (``Frankenstein'') picked up statuettes for best picture, best actor - Ian McKellen - and best supporting actress - Lynn Redgrave.
Apparently, you can be mentally challenged (Cliff Robertson in ``Charley''), autistic (Dustin Hoffman in ``Rain Man''), even a serial killer (Anthony Hopkins in ``Silence of the Lambs'') and win an Oscar, but looking like you're in a stupor is never going to get you a gold statuette.
GOLDEN GLOBE(S)[R], HOLLYWOOD FOREIGN PRESS ASSOCIATION[R] and GOLDEN GLOBE[R] statuette design mark are the registered trademarks and service marks and the GOLDEN GLOBE[R] statuette the copyrighted property, of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Beginning in 1942, and for the duration of World War II, the Oscar statuette was made of plaster.
April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- After months of collaboration and design, world-renowned Artist Ruben Toledo today previewed the highly anticipated redesign of American Apparel & Footwear Association's (AAFA) American Image Awards (AIA) statuette, to be presented to distinguished leaders in the fashion and footwear industry Monday, April 27, in New York City.
A rare auction of an Oscar statuette brought a total of $79,200, more than expected, at its sale Monday by a Rhode Island auction house.
After a final polish and lacquer topcoat, the statuette, which is 13.
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.