1995 Walt Disney Collector's Society Animators Choice release. This piece was only available March 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996 with a Society Redemption Certificate.
Legs & Arms: Made of bronze with feet firmly anchored in a pewter base painted to resemble carpeting.
Handbag: On left arm, has gold braided cord strap.
Cigarette & Holder: Bronze.
Backstamp: Animator's Choice backstamp incorporates the Society logo.
This exquisite sculpture is aglow with all the charm of one of Disney's most beloved characters and is the first release in the new Holiday Princess Series-for this beauty can melt the beastliest of hearts. This magical holiday sculpture was inspired by "Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas" and the first in the Princess Series emphasizing on our favorite Princesses at Holiday
$ 300.00Swashbuckling Scoundrel will be an Open Edition sculpture shipping to authorized Walt Disney Classics Collection retailers.
$ 75.00Mickey Mouse leads the way as the Society’s Membership Gift Sculpture for the Year 2000. The selected scene comes from one of Mickey’s best-loved cartoons “Thru the Mirror,” based on Lewis Carroll’s classic book, “Through the Looking Glass.” Dressed in his signature red shorts, yellow shoes and white gloves, Mickey is shown trotting across the globe - the perfect gesture for the year 2000!
$ 125.00From the 1936 animated short, 'Thru the Mirror,' Mickey dreams he steps through his bedroom mirror into a land where the furnishings and objects are animated and he can interact with them. But, not all objects are friendly, and when Mickey makes the King of the Playing Cards jealous by dancing with his wife, they attack him and send him back through the mirror as the alarm clock wakes him up! Based on the original animation reference and hand-crafted in fine porcelain with metal tail and resin playing cards, Mickey (standing 6 3/4" tall) is at his playful best!
Third release in the Holiday Princess Series.
The coloration for the Holiday Princess Snow White is inspired by one of the color variations from the first Snow White film poster.
The border treatment on Snow White's cloak is inspired by the pattern on clothing worn by Snow White's mother in an early Little Golden Book.
$ 295.00It features Snow White dancing with her prince from the film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The details on the figurine are amazing; the faces are intricately painted, and Snow White's dress and headpiece are opalescent. The details on Snow White's