Lladro Vintage Retired Figurine #4595 "fairy" Godmother With Wand Retail $340
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Lladro Vintage Retired Figurine #4595 "fairy" Godmother With Wand Retail $340 :
LLADRO #4595(THIS IS THE ONLY STOCK PHOTO USED, 1-12 ARE ACTUAL)
"FAIRY" GODMOTHER HIGH GLOSS FINISH
THIS IS AN AMAZINGLY TALL & BEAUTIFULGIRL FIGURINE WITH A MAGIC WAND WAITINGTO TAKE A SPARKLING PLACE IN YOUR COLLECTION
THIS SCULPTURE BY; VICENTE MARTINEZ11"x 5"x 4" INTRODUCED IN 1969 RETIRED 1994 ANOTHER ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS VINTAGE FIGURINE!TRADEMARK LLADRO TULIP ON BOTTOM OF BASE
Retail PRICE $395.00 GOOD AS NEW HEREofferDING STARTS AT $9.99GOOD LUCK offerDING!!!! DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!
FANTASTIC, EXCELLENT, BEAUTIFUL CONDITION!WE COULD NOT FIND ANY FLAWS!PLEASE INSPECT PICTURES.WE SHIP WITHIN 1 BUSINESS DAYAFTER PAYMENT HAS CLEARED PAYPAL.YOUR FIGURINE WILL BE INSURED & WILL SHIP USPS.WE DO NOT HAVE THE ORIGINAL BOX.
SHE WILL BE CAREFULLY PACKED AS IF IT WERE COMING TO ME!WE STRIVE TO SEND ONLY FLAWLESS LLADRO FIGURINES. IF THEREHAPPENS TO BE SOMETHING WE MISSED OR NOT NOTED,PLEASE CONTACT USWE ACCEPT RETURNS
SHE IS FROM A SMOKE FREE Environment!In 1953, Juan, Jose and Vicente Lladro started experimenting with porcelain, creating charming pieces in a small Moorish kiln in their home in Valencia, Spain. In 1958, the brothers decided to dedicate themselves solely to their porcelain work and opened up a warehouse in a neighboring town. It was here that they developed a special firing technique that created the signature pastel tones of Lladro pieces. Over the next few decades, the Lladro brand developed a strong following and was introduced all across the globe. The artistic vision of the Lladro brothers is still carried on. Every new Lladro sculpture and figurine captures the same charm and grace of the early works.After years of working to develop kilns capable of firing their
porcelain art works, Lladro was founded in 1953 by three Spanish
brothers, Jose, Juan and Vicente Lladro. Their firstretail store
opened in Valencia, Spain, in 1955, followed by the opening of
their first factory in Tavernes Blanques in 1958. From these humble
beginnings, Lladro has
grown to be an internationally recognized porcelain company with
retail stores all around the world.
Their factory at Tavernes Blanques, Spain, has grown into a complex
known as "The Porcelain City" where the
brothers established art workshops to train future Lladro artists and
pass on their knowledge of producing incredible
works of art. The Professional Training School, began in 1962, is still
in operation today.
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