The figurine is a small carved or moulded statue. It has made especially one in the shape of a person. These are some of the Winnie the Pooh figurines to complete your collection:
1990’s Disney Small Winnie-the-Pooh Figurine
This vintage figurine is a rare figurine with only one product available for this stock. It is a lovely small ceramic Winnie the Pooh figurine in very good condition, with no chips or cracks. The bottom of it is marked “Disney, China”. Would make a perfect addition to any Pooh or Disney collection! Pooh stands 2” tall. Grab it fast!
Disney Winnie the Pooh Figurine Play Set – 6 Figures Cake Toppers – Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Owl and Kanga with Roo Toy Figures
This figurine playset consists of 6 Figures Cake Toppers: Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Rabbit, Owl and Kanga with Roo toy figures. With a vintage touch, this figurine is great for cake toppers! There is only 1 product left. You can contact the seller for further information about the product.
1960’s Walt Disney Productions Winnie the Pooh Figurine- Vintage Made in Japan Disney Pooh Ceramic Figurine
This vintage 1960s Winnie the Pooh figurine is produced by Walt Disney Productions, Japan. Pooh is in good condition, with no chips or cracks, and slight paint loss to the nose. Would make a great addition to any Pooh collection!
Disney Winnie The Pooh figurine with a bucket of hunny
Vintage Disney Winnie The Pooh figurine with a bucket of hunny. Made in China. It is 4 3/4″ tall and 4″ wide and is in excellent condition. An adorable figurine to add to your collection!
WINNIE the POOH PICNIC Disney Roo Piglet Tigger Eeyore – French Feve Feves Porcelain Figurines Dollhouse Miniature Minis K72
These are adorable figurines that will be great to be added to your figurine collections! For your information, Feves (French for “bean”) are tiny figurines that are made to be put inside a “King’s Cake” for the “Epiphany” Holiday, which is celebrated every year on January 6th, the 12th day of Christmas. Tradition states that this is the day that the three wise men or “Three Kings” came to Bethlehem, to honour the birth of Christ. Traditionally it was a fava bean that was placed inside the cake. Whoever finds the feve in his or her slice of cake, is king for the day. Since it was good luck to get the feve in your cake – these little items were saved and treasured. In the 1870s the bean was replaced with small porcelain figurines; good luck charms, religious figures, saints etc, and a collecting craze was begun! The oldest feves were porcelain. As the years sped by, designs became more elaborate; different glazes were used, they were hand-painted or gilded. Following WWI, due to supply shortages, plastic feves were made. Now, this tradition of Feve production and collecting has been completely commercialized, and there is a vast assortment of porcelain, plastic and metal figures that are made. A lot of the newest feves are sold in series – more for collecting than for actually placing in cakes. Collecting Feves is very popular in France. The series is generally only produced for a single year. All in all, I hope this article can help you to find the best Winnie the Pooh figurines for your collection!