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Ceramics from yesteryear
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This group of figures comes from Mexico City and has a definite gremlin-like flavor to them. They can be hung or leaned up against a wall. They do not stand up on their own. Arms move but legs are stationary. Signed.
One of each color available
state of origin: Federal District, Mexico dimensions: approx. 10" tall