Year Introduced: 1972
Year Retired: 1992
Sculptor: Salvador Furio
Lladro Back stamp
Height: 9" H x 4" W
The Lladro company was founded by three brothers in 1953. They first began production in a small workshop in a village near Valencia, Spain. Inspired by the Mannerist style, their hard paste figurines became quite popular.
A unique Lladro look arose, characterized by exquisite elongated forms, and an unmistakable glaze, the ingredients of which are a company secret.
Lladro figurines of today maintain the same exquisite quality, and they are enthusiastically collected around the world.
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