Warrior Boy Lladro Figurine

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Warrior Boy Lladro Figurine
Figurine:
Warrior Boy
Issue Year:
2007
Collection:
Limited Edition
Retirement Year:
2010
Sculptor:
Juan Carlos Ferri Herrero
Size:
13¾x8¼ "
Notes:
Limited Edition 3500 pieces
Traditional Japanese culture have inspired Lladró to create Warrior Boy (¿Waka Musha¿). On the 5th Day of the 5th Month, Japan celebrates the Boy¿s Day ¿Tango no Sekku¿, when toys dressed in traditional armor are put on display inside the home, to wish for the healthy growth of the boy, and symbol for virtue of courage. The Lladro ¿Waka Musha¿ expresses both strenth and elegance, with highly refined decoration in the traditional armor, and an innocent expression on his face. This piece a little masterpiece to commemorate ¿Tango no Sekku¿, that can pass down from generation to generation.

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