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statuette

a small statue

Statuette

Diminutive statue, especially one that is less than life size
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3 - the number of years during the Second World War that painted plaster statuettes were given out because of a shortage of metal caused by the conflict.
Next, the statuettes are removed from the molds and allowed to cool, deburred by hand and given a polish before being engraved with a serial number on its reel, which it stands on, and back.
In addition, four statuettes will feature various All-Star Game themes.
Since the great days of early-modern art history, the statuette has evoked little interest, save for being included in the first of the post-war international exhibitions to be devoted to bronze statuettes, sponsored in its English manifestation by the Arts Council and mounted in the Victoria and Albert Museum, when it was--less than perceptively--once again given by John Pope-Hennessy, ignoring the caveats of Von Bode, to Michelozzo himself.
2 MANY METALS: After the statuettes are removed from the molds, they are covered in copper, then nickel, then silver.
In the adapted screenplay category, along with ``Brokeback,'' ``Capote'' and ``Munich,'' ``A History of Violence'' and John le Carre's ``The Constant Gardener'' compete for the golden statuettes.
Capping off yet another successful year in 2005, the DAV was presented with three MarCom Creative Award statuettes, given to honor excellence and in recognition of the creativity that is the hallmark of our outreach programs.
Sixth Annual 'Flight Of The Oscars(R)' Takes Off for Los Angeles with Oscar Statuettes and Celebrity Master Chef Wolfgang Puck
Louis' public television station earned two bronze Telly finalist statuettes and one silver Telly winner statuette in the 26th annual Telly Awards competition.
Relatively few statuettes have reliable provenances, and these tend to be temple hoards containing statuettes of different periods deposited over time.
Since the inaugural Oscars in 1929, a total of 2,365 coveted statuettes have been p re s e
Former winners reveal what it's like to receive one of the tiny gold statuettes,and contributors include Peter Ustinov, Ben Kingsley, Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates and Shirley MacLaine.