Lladro Glazed Figurine 5415 Mexican Dancers N128 Ll
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Lladro Glazed Figurine 5415 Mexican Dancers N128 Ll:
LM N128 LL 3.22CLICK HERETO VIEW OURFREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSPAGE!PLEASE BE SURE TO USE THE PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONBELOWASA GUIDE TO WHAT YOU WILL BE RECEIVING IF YOU WIN THIS sale!To view other great itemsclick here!Here's a short home-made video about buying hummels on :Please also watch our video on how to clean your hummels.sale INFORMATIONUp for saleis abeautiful Lladro FigurineMexican Dancers5415Glazed.Approximate Height: 12.25"Sorry, No BoxCondition: We see no chips, repairs, or cracks.Please look at photos below.
Please remember, this is an saleand you are outofferding people so ask any questions before offerding.We try to be very accurate, but all sales are final.
Please note, insurance is included as part of the shipping cost and shipping can be calculated in the "shipping and payments" tab towards the top of this sale.We are legally obligated to charge New York State residentsand people whohave their items shippedtoa PO Box in NY statethe New York sales tax of 8.625 percent. This tax does not apply tonon-residents of New York State.These are actual pictures of the item you willreceive:)The Lladro brothers, Juan, Jose and Vicente showed a keen interest in arts and sculpture from childhood. This prompted their mother to enroll them in the Valencia School of Arts and Crafts. They did their apprenticeship at Valencian Tileworks Company before joining the esteemed Victor de Nalda firm, which produced high quality Spanish tableware in 1951. Simultaneously, they built their own kiln in their backyard and started making classical figurines, candelabras, trinkets, and porcelain flowers.
Two years later, fueled by the aspiration to create the finest porcelain in Spain, they left their jobs and founded Lladro Porcelain with 2,000 pesetas loaned to them by a friend. Their growth was steady. Forever seeking methods to develop their business, the Lladro brothers ventured into a new line of business that consisted of exquisitely crafted annual Christmas bells. The first one came out in 1987 followed every year by a line of Christmas ball decorations. In 1992, another line of annual Christmas ornaments, which was an assortment of Lladro miniature figurines, was introduced. These figurines are still being made today.***USE SHIPPING CALCULATOR TO FIGURE SHIPPING COSTS FOR YOUR AREA***We will combine shipping within one payment; however, we ask that you request shipping combination and pay within 10 days of your first sale won.Handling Time:Upon receiving payment it takes up to5business daysto send out your order, but we usually do it in 3 days(please note, this is not the time it will take to get to you - that will depend on the shipping method chosen).We always strive to get items out quickly and safely.We accept paypal payments
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