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Lladro XVIIIth Century Coach Porcelain Figurine

Lladro XVIIIth Century Coach  Porcelain Figurine  01001485 Lladro

Status: In Stock Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Porcelain Figurine | Edition Size: Limited Edition 500 | Dim:H (in) 17.7 W (in) 44.4 Length (in)11.8 | Lladro| Item #: 01001485

Price: $ 43,035.00 USD      

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Lladro XVIIIth Century Coach  Porcelain Figurine is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $14,345.00 over 60 days.

In Store Layaway Option Schedule
10/19/2021  $14,345.00 1st payment
11/18/2021  $14,345.00 2nd payment
12/18/2021  $14,345.00 3rd & final payment

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Available for purchase today, October  19, 2021

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XVIIIth Century Coach. Sculptor Francisco Catalá. Porcelain Type Stoneware gloss. Base Included. Limited Edition 500 pcs. - 01001485  Porcelain Figurine

NOTES: XVIIIth Century Coach. Limited edition gloss finish porcelain sculpture of a XVIII century carriage drawn by four white horses. This great saloon in the Baroque style is inspired by the original models housed at the Coach Museum in Lisbon, and is one of the most complex and ambitious works by artists of the Lladró High Porcelain workshop. It is an example of extraordinarily beautiful, dainty ornamentation. The nobles of the European courts extended the magnificence of their palaces to the streets with these magnificent carriages. In this limited edition, attention is given to everything, down to the smallest detail: the four horses, servants´ uniforms, the gowns of the couple, and, above all, the decoration of the carriage. Some fifty different colours were used in its decoration and the application required roughly a hundred hours of painstaking work by the artists. The completion of each piece requires the participation of more than twenty different specialists who together, devote about 300 hours to the task. The result is a single piece which, once fired, is over a metre long and weighs around twenty kilograms.. The Collection Shop is an Authorized Lladro Dealer. Please note that inventory and prices change frequently due to supply and demand. Delivery time on average is 1 to 2 weeks on most items. A Collection Shop representative will contact you to confirm your order along with price and delivery time.

XVIIIth Century Coach  Porcelain Figurine by Lladro 

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Lladro bio

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.