This figurine was designed by sculptor Janos Toth and introduced in 1957. A very popular figurine in its original natural coloration, it is now available for the first time in a shaded brown fishnet style. The elk figurine appears to be engaging in a behavior known as “bugling” which happens during the mating season (also known as the rut). Bugling is a very distinctive vocalization which begins deep and resonant and then becomes a high pitched squeal before ending in a succession of grunts. Similar to a preening peacock, this bugling serves to attract females during the very competitive mating season. While one can only guess as to this figurine’s success, he can be confident he looks his best since 19 artists took over 18 hours to create his powerful appearance. (11.5"L X 11.5"H)
Item #: SVHBR215281
Herend porcelain from Hungary, handmade and handpainted with 24K gold accents.
1" x 2 ¼" x 3 ¼" h.
Elegant citrine necklace set in 18k yellow gold with diamond accents.
Measures ¾" w x 16 ½" l x ⅝" h.
Ebonized and parcel gilt chairs. Turned and carved overscrolled top rail centered by gilt and painted pierced splat in the form of two interlacing ovals within another oval. Caned seat with silk cushion embroidered with coronets. Based on a Regency original circa 1815.
Pure cashmere throws are unmistakable for their softness, comfort and color. Generously sized for extra warmth on a bed, sofa or chair, or in the car. Handmade and handfinished in Biella, Italy.
Measures 70" x 55".
Gien's Sologne pattern is named for the Sologne region of central France, renowned for its abundant game. It is a beautiful place to quietly observe the inhabitants of the forests and lakes. Handmade in France.
Measures 9" d.
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