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Item/Description: Vintage ca 1960s “Infant of Prague (Infant Jesus of Prague)” Artmark Japan religious statue figural planter.
***Wonderful for year-round display, not just at Christmastime!
***PLEASE NOTE: Poinsettias are for display purposes only so as to demonstrate how marvelously this already delightful figurine can even further enhance your Christmas decorations display. They do not accompany figural planter!***
Age/Period: Vintage - ca. 1960s
Manufacturer/Identification/Markings/Country of Origin: Original red & white foil label on underside of figure reads “Handpainted Artmark Originals Japan”.
Material(s)/Format: Hand-painted ceramic bisque.
Size/Measurements: Nearly 12 & ½”H
Quantity: One (1)
Condition: Excellent, remaining vividly colorful and evincing no noted nicks, chips, cracks, breaks, crazing or repairs. His facial features and hair are perfection, and his gilded embellishments are intense and strong, with virtually no loss or fading. There are three areas on the back side of his robe that exhibit small amounts of paint rub off/loss, two small strips of paint loss on the back side of his crown, and the very teeniest bit on the top of the front left of his crown.