figurine


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figurine

a small carved or moulded figure; statuette
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It is as if now we have opened a new window into the past,' said delighted Gavranovic, who is convinced that the mentioned figurine will reveal to them some new insight into the life of the then man.
To create the figurines, Doob operates retail stores and utilises mobile installations that can easily be set up at off-site events.
Cyle told INQUIRER.net that it took him two to three days to complete her masterpiece; he started to work on the body of the figurine on Sunday, Dec.
In order for the company to carry on, they began production of Art Deco ceramic figurines in 1928.
A DRAMATIC sculpture of 796 tiny Tuam Baby figurines in the shape of a baptismal font was central to a protest during the Pope's visit.
The figurine, depicting a Japanese 'Geisha' girl playing a mandolin, was purchased by Lennon as a gift for Yoko Ono in 1967.
They are asked to go to the figurine that has the most charge on it or that most stands out for them.
With its full displays and bursting basement, it might be hard to imagine the Cyprus Museum getting excited about a tiny figurine that was donated this week by a private collector, but an official at the antiquities department said not only is it a unique piece, but the move is also part of a growing trend.
The discounter will give out a collectable children's football figurine for every 10 [pounds sterling] spent in store until mid-June, when the tournament begins.
Auteuring Nollywood: Critical Perspectives on the Figurine. Ibadan: University Press, 2014, pp., 480, ISBN: 9780698280.
In 1957, in the Eastern Sichuan province of China, a small figurine, measuring 56 centimeters, was excavated from an ancient tomb.