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statuette

a small statue

Statuette

Diminutive statue, especially one that is less than life size
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'The extreme subtlety of the modelling,' he wrote, 'the amazing fire of the Budapest statuette are found again in the London statuette with added finish [...] Close comparison between the two statuettes brings to light an extraordinary number of analogous details, although the differences are striking enough (the heads are turned in different directions, for instance) to set aside any idea of a mere replica.'
The red carpet is being rolled out, statuettes polished, and tuxedos tailored.
It takes three months for Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry in New York to manufacture a batch of 50 statuettes. More than 3,140 statuettes have been handed out since 1929.
Smith, 26, said of his statuette: "I used to hide it away and not look at it because it made me uncomfortable.
The Mutiny On The Bounty Oscar price came close to auction-house projections, but the Gentleman's Agreement statuette brought in more than twice what was expected.
The most interesting aspect of the photo was that the man had a statuette of Jesus Christ.
CARBONDALE -- "In 1539, the Knights Templar of Malta paid tribute to Charles V of Spain by sending him a golden falcon statuette encrusted from beak to claw with rarest jewels, but pirates seized the galley carrying this priceless token, and the fate of the Maltese Falcon remains a mystery to this day."
It is worth mentioning that Egyptian archaeologists uncovered a statuette of Osiris while performing restoration works on the eastern side of the King Djoser Step Pyramid in Saqqara on Sunday.
The Rochester Red Wings are at it again, this time creating special uniforms, a Mount ROCmore statuette and even Rochester-centric ticket prices for ROC the ROC Night at Frontier Field.<br />The Aug.
Does planting an upside down statuette in your front yard increase the odds that your house will sell sooner than later?
Terry Bryant -- who bragged about taking the statuette on Facebook --was charged with felony theft because the bronze award is worth morethan $950 and will be arraigned in court on Wednesday (07.03.18).