Hummel #433 Sing Along TMK-6 Missing Bee G Skrobek 1982
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Weighs 133.0 grams/124.1 dwt Hummel: #433 Sing Along Missing Bee mark 1982 incised Released 1897 Hallmarks: "Groebel" "W. Germany" TMK-6 Master sculptor: Gerhard Skrobek Sister Maria Innocentia AKA Berta Hummel Hand crafted This lovely Hummel is in wonderful condition with no noticeable crazing or signs of repairs that we saw. "Gerhard Skrobek was with Goebel for more than 40 years. He joined the company in 1951 and three years later he sculpted his first M. I. Hummel figurine. Altogether he accounted for something in the neighborhood of 150 original Hummel designs as well as many restylings, and numerous and famous non-Hummel creations, such as the bust of Sister Hummel, the camels for the Hummel nativities, and even created a complete nativity scene of his own. He also did the clown figurines." "" information from Hummel website and Hummel book. The inspiration for this Hummel figurine comes from the art of Berta Hummel, also known as Sister Maria Innocentia. Berta grew up in rural Bavaria. She was full of spirited energy and had a natural talent for art since her early youth which she inherited from her father. Berta was born in 1909, and was the third child with six other brothers and sisters.
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