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Disney The World of Miss Mindy Little Mermaid Ariel Statue

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Disney The World of Miss Mindy Little Mermaid Ariel Statue
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A dinglehopper is a girl's best friend, according to The Little Mermaid. Ariel is featured here on a glass bubble that lights up to reveal her loyal advisor, Sabastian. Designed by the inimitable Miss Mindy, the Disney The World of Miss Mindy Little Mermaid Ariel Statue is battery operated and requires 3x "LR44" batteries, included. Measuring about 9 2/5-inches tall, it's made of polyresin and calcium carbonate.

Miss Mindy creates in her home studio in Eagle Rock, California with her artist husband Rick O’Brien and their bilingual circus dog, Radio. "Cartoon Folk Art" is how she describes her fine artwork, which ranges from fluid-ink work to hand-crafted dimensional "pop-up" paintings. She's also gained notoriety for her custom vinyls and one-of-a-kind sculptures. For example, her World of Miss Mindy collection, created with Disney and Enesco, has made its way to the world stage. It's hard to find a more delightful, collectible gift than a statue or ornament from Miss Mindy!
Company: Enesco
Themes: Little Mermaid, The World of Miss Mindy, Disney
Product Type: Statues
Characters: Ariel, Sebastian
Age: All Ages
Country of Origin: China
Height: 11.25
Width: 6.00
Length: 6.75
Weight: 2.600

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