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Royal Doulton Charlie HN5597 Royal Doulton Fashion Through The Decades Figurine 1970's Charlie HN5597 Royal Doulton Fashion Through The Decades Figurine 1970's
Charlie with hairstyle inspired by Farah Fawcett Majors, star of TV's Charlie's Angels, is the archetype of the 1970s liberated woman in her halter necked, low backed jumpsuit with wide pants falling from a high waist to platform shoes. Made from a fashionable burnt orange coloured fabric patterned with swirling motifs her outfit is finished with a large straw hat and bold co-ordinating jewellery. The name Charlie was chosen by Revlon in 1973 for their new perfume, which was developed and advertised to appeal to independent, young, fun loving women who wore pant or trouser suits to work rather than dresses. By 1970 almost anything went in fashion, hemlines ranged from micro - mid thigh or higher - to maxi - a couple of inches above the ankles - but as the decade progressed trends such as flared and bell bottomed trousers, platform shoes and shiny lycra fabrics became the rage. This collection celebrates six iconic fashions of the 20th century, from the daring styles of the 1920s to the expressive disco inspired costumes of the 1970s. Each of the figures has been designed to epitomise the fashion of a decade, combining the colours, patterns and silhouettes popularised by leading couturiers of the period with appropriate accessories such as hats, shoes and jewelry. As well as capturing the look of each era the pose of each figurine reflects the spirit of the times.Fashion has frequently inspired Royal Doulton's designers and as the centenary of the unique HN figurine collection approaches, The Fashion Through The Decades series aptly pays tribute both to this ceramic tradition and to the innovations in costume design that occurred throughout the 20th century.
 
Royal Doulton figurines combine three elements movement, beautiful faces and posture. It's the unique combination of this trio of features that ensures every figurine is elegant yet distinctive. Only the most able sculptors are invited to design Royal Doulton figurines guaranteeing the integrity of the collection, dating back nearly one hundred years, is safeguarded for the future. The figurines in the pretty lady collection are the archetype of Royal Doulton, and although they are traditional in concept, contemporary fashion trends are often revealed by the choice of hairstyle, the sweep of the skirt and the cut of the neckline. Neil Faulkner has an established reputation as a Royal Doulton designer, his careful observation of women and his sensitive interpretations of the way they stand and move, combined with his appreciation offashion design, is revealed in every study he creates.
Since the line was first launched in 1913, the Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies have been some of Royal Doulton's most sought-after collectible figurines. Each Pretty Lady is hand-decorated and hand detailed; truly a sight to behold and a collectible to be cherished for years to come.

 

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Charlie HN5597 Royal Doulton Fashion Through The Decades Figurine 1970's

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Brand: Royal Doulton
Product Code: Pretty Ladies
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Charlie with hairstyle inspired by Farah Fawcett Majors, star of TV's Charlie's Angels, is the archetype of the 1970s liberated woman in her halter necked, low backed jumpsuit with wide pants falling from a high waist to platform shoes. Made from a fashionable burnt orange coloured fabric patterned with swirling motifs her outfit is finished with a large straw hat and bold co-ordinating jewellery. The name Charlie was chosen by Revlon in 1973 for their new perfume, which was developed and advertised to appeal to independent, young, fun loving women who wore pant or trouser suits to work rather than dresses. By 1970 almost anything went in fashion, hemlines ranged from micro - mid thigh or higher - to maxi - a couple of inches above the ankles - but as the decade progressed trends such as flared and bell bottomed trousers, platform shoes and shiny lycra fabrics became the rage. This collection celebrates six iconic fashions of the 20th century, from the daring styles of the 1920s to the expressive disco inspired costumes of the 1970s. Each of the figures has been designed to epitomise the fashion of a decade, combining the colours, patterns and silhouettes popularised by leading couturiers of the period with appropriate accessories such as hats, shoes and jewelry. As well as capturing the look of each era the pose of each figurine reflects the spirit of the times.Fashion has frequently inspired Royal Doulton's designers and as the centenary of the unique HN figurine collection approaches, The Fashion Through The Decades series aptly pays tribute both to this ceramic tradition and to the innovations in costume design that occurred throughout the 20th century.
 
Royal Doulton figurines combine three elements movement, beautiful faces and posture. It's the unique combination of this trio of features that ensures every figurine is elegant yet distinctive. Only the most able sculptors are invited to design Royal Doulton figurines guaranteeing the integrity of the collection, dating back nearly one hundred years, is safeguarded for the future. The figurines in the pretty lady collection are the archetype of Royal Doulton, and although they are traditional in concept, contemporary fashion trends are often revealed by the choice of hairstyle, the sweep of the skirt and the cut of the neckline. Neil Faulkner has an established reputation as a Royal Doulton designer, his careful observation of women and his sensitive interpretations of the way they stand and move, combined with his appreciation offashion design, is revealed in every study he creates.
Since the line was first launched in 1913, the Royal Doulton Pretty Ladies have been some of Royal Doulton's most sought-after collectible figurines. Each Pretty Lady is hand-decorated and hand detailed; truly a sight to behold and a collectible to be cherished for years to come.

 

Item Specifics
Condition is excellent New With no Faults That we can see.
Manufacturer/ Type Royal Doulton
Sub-Type Pretty Ladies
Material Porcelain, China
Product Type Figurines
Issue Date 2013
MPN HN5622
Size 9.25" (23.49 cm) approx
UPC 652383743205
Use Decorative
Weight When Packaged 1.45kg
Boxed / unboxed boxed
Comes Complete With Certificate of Authenticity and supplied in its Royal Doulton Lined Box which is in excellent condition with light shelf wear
Product Details Any White Marks on the Item are due to the use of a Flash Camera. Although we Always try to Describe the item as Accurately as Possible, There will be the odd Occasion When a Fault will be Missed. Should you Feel This is the Case with Your Purchase, Please Email us Attaching Photo`s of the Suspected Fault To Allow us to Examine your claim and Try to Resolve Your Issues. Please view photo`s provided to confirm that this is the item you require before purchasing. Please Email us Should you Require any Further Information.
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