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Lladro - CIRCUS WAVES

Issue Year: 2005 Sculptor: Francisco Polope Size: ..

$600.00 $450.00

Lladro - TRIP TO THE CIRCUS

Issue Year: 2005 Sculptor: Francisco Polope Size: ..

$600.00 $450.00

Lladro - A New Treasure (Girl)

A NEW TREASURE (GIRL) Issue Year: 2003 Sculptor: Virginia González Size: 3½x2¾ " ..

$235.00 $180.00

Lladro - ARE YOU COLD?

Issue Year: 2005 Retirement Year: 2015 Sc..

$300.00 $225.00

Lladro - Bal Ganesha

BAL GANESHA Issue Year: 2014 Sculptor: Virginia González Size: 7x3½ " Base included..

$675.00 $540.00

Lladro - BANSURI GANESHA

Issue Year: 2007 Sculptor: Raul Rubio Size: 9x7½ ..

$1,170.00 $940.00

Lladro - Bansuri Ganesha (Limited Edition)

BANSURI GANESHA (LIMITED EDITION) Issue Year: 2009 Sculptor: Raul Rubio Size: 9x7½ " Limited E..

$2,500.00 $2,000.00

Lladro - BEAUTY IN BLOOM

Issue Year: 2002 Retirement Year: 2005 Sc..

$2,475.00 $1,860.00

Lladro - Bunny Hugs

BUNNY HUGS Issue Year: 2011 Sculptor: José Javier Malavia Size: 5½x4 "..

$270.00 $205.00

Lladro - CHERUB OF LOVE

Issue Year: 2010 Retirement Year: 2014 Sc..

$3,000.00 $2,250.00

Lladro - CIRCUS EXPRESS

Issue Year: 2006 Sculptor: Francisco Polope Size: ..

$600.00 $450.00

Lladro - Couple of Doves

COUPLE OF DOVES Issue Year: 1971 Sculptor: Antonio Ballester Size: 4¾x7½ " ..

$205.00 $155.00

Lladro - DANCING GANESHA

Issue Year: 2008 Sculptor: Raul Rubio Size: 10¾x7 ..

$1,170.00 $935.00

Lladro Figurines For Sale

The highly collectible Lladro figurines are special not only for the delicate materials from which they are crafted, but for their religious and cultural significance they can possess. Each figurine is made from porcelain, glossed and painted carefully. While porcelain looks delicate, it is actually stronger and less likely to chip than ceramic.


History of the Brand


Lladro began as a small business formed by three brothers in Valencia, Spain in 1953. They started out making vases and jugs and eventually grew in their craft to include sculptures such as the figurines that are beloved by many today.


Despite the brand’s popularity and fame, there remains only one Lladro factory in the world, located in Spain. Lladro figurines are worth a lot of money due to their rarity and the exclusivity of only coming from one factory in the world. Not only that, the craftsmanship that goes into each figurine proves itself as a work of art.


Rarity


Another aspect of what makes Lladro figurines so rare is the manufacturing process, which is kept top-secret. All that is known is that the figurines are constructed using hard-paste porcelain. The result is a delicate and beautiful figurine with a glossy exterior.


The Ganesha figurine in particular is of high value for its intricate work and religious significance. This figurine is typically displayed in a respectable way, usually found in a shrine area. The Ganesha figurine is considered one of the rarest Lladro figurines.


Maker’s Mark


When you purchase a genuine Lladro figurine, you can tell that it is not a reproduction or fake by it’s maker’s mark. A maker’s mark acts as an artist’s signature would. You can check your own Lladro collectible for this mark by checking the underside or flat side of the figurine upon which it sits.


A maker’s mark should not be visible when the figure is placed on a solid surface. Depending on the year the figurine was made, a Lladro mark may differ in design. However, from 1971 to present day, the mark has only changed in small ways. The biggest indicator of a Lladro maker’s mark is the signature blue tulip.