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CMS-15/33 Two Cats W/Hat Musical
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CMS-15/63 Porcelain Mouse Clock
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CMS-15/50 Porcelain Blue Bird
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CMS-15/21 FIRY WITH ROSE with music
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CMS-15/ 9 SWAN W/ FLOWERS with music
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CMS-15/35 Dog with piano musical
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CMS-15/36 Glazed Dog on Bike
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CMS-15/26 BABY GRAND PIANO with music
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CMS-15/40 Porcelain Doves Musical
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Epitome of elegance

Of all the souvenirs that are so commonly sold, perhaps only porcelain figures are able to rise to the noteworthy role of "keepsake”—especially the charming musical porcelain figurines (creative gifts from the CMS collection.) These beautiful creations are meant to not only appeal to the receiver, but also to convey pure emotion, warm the soul, and foster pleasant memories of the giver for many years. Do not miss your chance to buy these elegant collectibles from Pavone at a very attractive price (available wholesale and retail.)

 

Good taste or philistinism?

In ancient times, there were many various figurines depicting animals, birds, and fantastic creatures. Whether carved out of stone or wood, or sculpted from clay, they were mainly used for purely practical purposes—as totems, amulets, or talismans. However, for all their expressiveness, these works created by ancient masters could hardly be called refined art. Centuries, perhaps millennia, passed before truly artistic sculptures appeared, not only to decorate city streets, but to also become integral parts of aristocratic interior design. Porcelain, bronze, and silver miniature statues placed on mantelpieces, shelves, and dressers were considered signs of good taste and wealth.

 

Exquisite figurines were considered fashionable for quite a while, until that trend was literally overthrown. Along with the growing revolutionary mood, society embraced the feverish struggle against philistinism. Plush lampshades and porcelain elephants were especially unlucky—but few fragile figurines survived the heat of battle. However, as soon as life became calmer, figurines began to gain lost ground. As it turns out, nothing can eradicate the human craving for beauty. Because of this, porcelain boxes and candlesticks, figurines and porcelain bells, and many other elegant creations again graced our lives.