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Kewpie Breaking Out of Egg #191-06

Status: Available Price: $295.00
Description:
An extremely rare tiny Kewpie breaking out of an egg with his little legs also poking out at different angles. Made in Germany from excellent German composition, 1 5/8" high. c. 1915. This is a really rare model and one I have not come across before. Darling little smiling face with eyes looking to the side, with the blue Kewpie wings. The cracking of the egg is indicated by silver lines. Composition is in really nice condition. There are no markings. This is truly a great, very rare piece, perfect for the Kewpie collector. This same piece, Kewpie with Egg, in bisque is valued in the thousands of dollars. When looking at the pictures, one must remember that the Kewpie in egg is greatly magnified--magnifying every tiny speck and dust particle...in person, those things cannot be seen.

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