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figurine

a small carved or moulded figure; statuette
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Also, earlier the figurines were simplistic without any ornamentation.
"Everybody wants to be a Rothschild," an older Polish woman joked as we gazed at the wooden figurine holding a gold coin.
This time, Nakamura sent a pinpoint curling free-kick in the direction of a beautifully decorated wedding cake, blasting the bride and groom figurines off the top and leaving the cake untouched.
Another feature in Bromfield's female figurines is a bird that is often placed on the head or in the hands of the figure.
Investigators said the investigation this week led to the seizure of the figurines from a Bourget warehouse, which allegedly supplied the items to about 100 illegal street vendors in Paris, UPI reported Friday.
They're both known as 'mudman' figurines but while one is modern and of no interest to a collector, the other is a vintage example and more collectable.
In this masterful study, Barrett (classics, Cornell U.) engages with a large body of artifacts to formulate a picture of the creation, use, users, and possible meanings of the ubiquitous ceramic figurines excavated on the Greek island of Delos.
The height of the figurines is three to five inches, never exceeding one foot.
The Venus figurine was revealed in August last year and is the earliest carving of the human form to be found in Scotland.
West Mercia Police said the figurines were distinctive.
Two personal favorites have Batman figurines as their main element.
Non-members too can buy the figurines after signing up for membership, which can be done online (www.swarovski.com) or at the store, said a Swarovski spokesperson.