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    Beauty and the Beast Mrs. Potts and Chip Maquettes (Walt Disney, 1991). Two beloved characters from this landmark Disney were castle cook-turned teapot Mrs. Potts and her teacup son, Chip. They were brilliantly animated by the great Disney artist, Dave Pruiksma. This is a pair of extremely rare animators maquettes of Mrs. Potts and Chip. Originally solid gray, they were both professionally painted. They have no numbers on the bottom, meaning either these were extras from the "Art of Beauty and the Beast" auction in 1992, or the numbers were painted over. Any production materials from the animated Beauty and the Beast film are considered rare. Mrs. Potts is in two pieces; the teapot is 5" x 9", while her top measures 5" x 3". Chip is an adorable maquette measuring 4" tall. Fine overall condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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