As part of the Summer 2010 announcement by the Walt Disney Classics Collection, two (2) sculpture releases will honor the 60th Anniversary of Disney's Cinderella.
Arrayed in her miraculous, luminous gown, Cinderella never looked so radiant as the aptly named Prince Charming kisses the hand of the surprised scullery maid in disguise.
Walt Disney had originally intended to spotlight the Prince in a lighthearted introductory sequence, but still this royal romancer shines in the Ball sequence as the guest of honor charmingly sweeps the mystery guest off her feet. This exquisite sculpture is plussed with metallic and opalescent paint and real pearl earrings on Cinderella.
"Royal Introduction" sculpted by Kent Melton is a Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) of 750.
Two tiny heroes have a mission most impossible: hoisting a key up a massive staircase to rescue a princess-to-be from her attic-room prison.
Gus and Jaq are celebrated in this irresistible sculpture, plussed with pewter arms and wire tails, complete with a base authentic to the Tremaine chateau floor, at the start of their daunting knight-errant’s errand of mercy.
"Saving Cinderelly" sculpted by Jacqueline Perreault Gonzales is Limited to Production Year 2010. Both sculptures will bear a 60th Anniversary backstamp.