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Item/Description: Vintage Brazil lusterware “Good Luck” elephant ceramic figurine- figural-figure-statue with an iridescent glaze finish
*This charming circus/jungle/wildlife animal’s trunk is in the “Good Luck” position: raised, uplifted, upward-facing, trunk-up
Age/Period: Vintage - ca 1980s-1990s
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings/Country of Origin: Underside retains its applied-under-glaze clear label backstamped in black ink “Made in Brazil”
Material(s)/Format: Highly glazed, iridescent finish ceramic pottery
Size/Measurements: Nearly 5"W x nearly 7 & ½”H
Quantity: One (1)
Condition: Excellent, evincing no noted nicks, chips, cracks, breaks, crazing or repairs. Noted minor condition factors are a slight bit of above-the-glaze paint rub-off to two of his left, front toes. Being further mentioned for purposes of accuracy, though not technically condition factors as they are from-the-factory and located under-the-glaze, is a slight bit of paint rub off to two of his left, rear toes along with a bit of unevenness to the paint on his lower lip edge.