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figurine

a small carved or moulded figure; statuette
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Goebel continued to produce figurines from her drawings.
Lladro's home fragrance collection, coming to the United States this September, is comprised of four matte-white porcelain objects that are designed to be used separately with perfumed elements, or fitted together to create an abstract figurine.
He saw two religious figurines - brought over by his mother and sister from an Irish monastery - were missing from Niall's headstone.
A BRONZE figurine of football legend George Best made by a Huddersfield firm raised pounds 6,000 for the charity that bears his name.
Soon their hobby became a fulltime business and now their handmade figurines are in demand from collectors all over the world.
The inclusion of several shelves of pesticide dispersal implements alludes to The Museum of Poison, 2000; ornithological paraphernalia and a table of ceramic avian figurines suggest Library for the Birds of Antwerp, 1993, or Urban Wildlife Observation Unit, 2002.
The figurines depict two miners ( one a flat-capped pitman reminiscent of the early days of mining in Northumberland and the other a modern worker ( and a tub full of coal.
THIS pair of figurines are most certainly French and were manufactured in large numbers probably dating from 1890-1910 both for the home market and for export.
Detectives investigating the theft of antique figurines worth pounds 14,000 have arrested three people after the items appeared on an internet auction site.
The game comes complete with Board, Dice, Figurines, Tally Sheets, and everything else needed to play.
Though he hung up his cleats a long time ago, his love for the game is stronger than ever He owns a collectibles business that sells figurines, plaques, and statistical software.