Spanish Matador & Spanish Lady Figurines
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Featured for your enjoyment is a stunning pair of Spanish figurines. I am not quite certain what they are made out of. The seem to be ceramic but are too heavy. The finish is a porcelain finish for sure. The insides seem to almost be a cement. Sorry I know that is hard to follow. You should try figuring it out while they are in hand! We have the matador in his colorful dress. He has had his neck repaired. Also a few glaze chips on his hat, shoe and arm. Small chip out of the tip of his right shoe. The back of him is marked in a stylized C.M. and the bottom is marked in gold 7019. The woman Has on a peasants dress with a tight fitting short jacket. Her neck was also repaired. Her right arm after looking, seems to have the glaze removed or it wasn't as fine as the rest. The color is still there so as with their composition it is hard to tell. I do know it has a break there. She is marked in gold 6934 on the bottom. This set is grand to view in person. The man is the tallest and stands 14 1/2" tall.
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- circa 1960
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- Height: 14.5 inches
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