OLladro How Do You Do Figurine 1439 MIB
About as cute as it gets is this Lladro "How Do You Do!!" figurine #1439. Mommy duck, three ducklings, the snail and a great fountain of flower bouquets. The Spanish name is Caracol En Peligro.
First produced in 1983 and still presently being produced with a retail price of $495. The sculptor was Juan Huerta. It is glazed and measures 4 3/4 inches by 4 inches. Weight is 11 ounces and with the box 1 pound and 2 ounces. Mint in the box of course.
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Pattern: #1439, Glazed
Dimensions: 4 3/4" x 4"
Manufacturer: Lladro, Spain
Manufacturer Date: 1983 to Present
Quality: Mint in Box
Tace Item# 46426
Shipping: We estimate $10 - $16
Weight: Double boxed just over 2 pounds
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