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Lladro Trip to The Circus Clown Porcelain Figurine
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Lladro Trip to The Circus Clown Porcelain Figurine  01008136 Lladro

Status: Out Of Stock | Condition: New | Edition:Open Edition Porcelain Figurine | Edition Size: Open Edition | Dim:5.51 x 5.12 inches | Lladro| Trip to The Circus Clown Item #: 01008136

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NOTES: Trip to The Circus Clown. Sculptor: Francisco Polope, Release year 2005. Open series that builds a trio dedicated to the circus. Let the show begin! Trip to the circus is the first of an amusing series of sculptures inspired by the world of the circus and created exclusively for the members of Lladró Privilege. This first act will be followed by other two creations, making up a delightful threesome of funny and cheerful clowns.. The Collection Shop is an Authorized Lladro Dealer.. A Collection Shop representative will contact you to confirm your order along with price and delivery time.

Trip to The Circus Clown  Porcelain Figurine by Lladro 

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Lladro was founded in 1953 when Juan, Jose, and Vicente, three brothers born of local farmers and endowed with great artistic talent, formed a small family company in the Valencian village of Almacera, Spain. Since then, Lladro has undergone an amazing metamorphosis from an artisan workshop to a huge firm of international scope enjoying continual growth. The company management has remained in the hands of the Lladro family, the owners of the firm, since its inception. The creative team started out by adapting styles from past eras, but it was not long before certain characteristics appeared that would soon shape what was to become the unique Lladro style.

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