Enesco Kewpie Figurine painting the Rose O'neill Kewpie Collection by Enesco sign on an easel. Kewpie's are the cute little baby angels first drawn by Rose O'neill. Figurines, plates and assorted other ware have been produced from her art work that appeared in the Ladies' Home Journal in 1909. Small dolls were very popular in the early twentieth century and kewpies were first produced in Ohrdruf in Germany. Enesco took up the Kewpie as the subject of a collection of porcelain figurines in the 1990s and the darling babies are still very collectible.
Size: 3-7/8 inches tall x 4-3/8 inches long
Condition: Previously owned. No chips, nicks, cracks or repairs. I do not have original box or paperwork. Productions flaws include: a tiny bit of yellow paint on the sign and a tiny very light blue triangle and line running up the side of the baby's right leg. It is so pale that the camera didn't capture it. These are mentioned for accuracy, but not considered as damage only as production flaws that can be found on these types of figurines.
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