Royal Doulton® Petites Donna: 2013 Figure of the Year Bone China Figurine
Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies Petites Donna, designed by Neil Faulkner, is the 2013 Figure of the Year. Petite Donna is curtsying as she arrives at the ball, Donna reveals her sassy spirit and her refined style. She wears a full length ball gown in a rich velvety pink with a demure boat shaped neckline, delicate cap sleeves and nipped in waist. Lavish gilded and embossed floral decoration to the shoulders, waist and hemline of the dress emulate this season's vogue for embroidery.
Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies Petites have become a favorite with many figurine fans. Initially the series recreated in miniature size some of the most popular early Figures of the Year, but now totally new subjects, such as this year's exquisite figurine, Donna, are being created for the collection. Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies are the most iconic and famous of all Royal Doulton's figurines and collectibles. These lady figurines are rendered in fine bone china and lovingly hand-decorated; each one given a name and story. Sought after by collectors world wide, these iconic ladies, in garb historical and contemporary, never go out of style.
Made of bone china. Includes a lined storage box.
Dimensions: 6.75"H x 5.5"L x 6"W.
Care Instructions: Great care needs to be taken when cleaning figurines and sculptural items as these products often contain intricate and delicate details. Figurines and sculptural items may be washed by hand, using warm water and a mild liquid detergent applied with a soft, damp cloth. On items with intricate details and small-sculpted parts such as hand-sculpted flowers, it is best to use a small, soft make-up brush instead of a cloth. Do not use abrasive materials or powders for cleaning. Do not submerge the product or get water inside the holes in the base. Dry the larger, open areas with a soft cloth. Allow intricate or delicate details to air dry. Be sure the item is completely dry before returning to display area.
Use & Durability: As a general rule, confident handling of figurines and sculptural items, combined with a reasonable amount of care in cleaning should be all that is necessary to safeguard your collection. Generally, do not expose figurines and sculptural items to extreme temperatures, high levels of moisture or rapid temperature changes.
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