Posted 7 years ago
So, I have to say that I am not a huge fan of Capodimonte generally, sorry all you guys out there that love this stuff, but I am curiously attracted Tiziano Galli's later 60's figurines and sets. I really don't know why exactly, maybe because some of it is utterly bonkers or that it is generally less sentimental than the drunk leaning against the lampost or cute kids under umbrellas type. Anyway - I love this piece, and Galli's other 'single female' figurines. This is simple sexy, cute and pretty big - stands about 22in in height. It's the only piece of it's type I own - just thought I would share.