Disney Art Deco Rapunzel Figurine
Curious and adventurous Rapunzel of Disney’s Tangled is set to explore the world beyond the tower in this 1920’s flapper-inspired outfit. The geometric gold and orange iridescent patterns on the sleeveless, drop waist dress represent the iconic floating lanterns and the half-circles represent the sun, the source of the magical power embodied in her long, luxurious hair. Sun burst motifs are a common element in the period fashion. Sculpted into the dress and headdress are beads which drape and hang – another characteristic of Art Deco fashion. Three faceted purple faux gem stones in marquise pattern adorn the headband. Stepping out of the confines of Mother Gothel’s tower, spirited and determined Rapunzel readies herself to experience the world, realize her dreams, and express her individuality. Inspired by the Art Deco era of the 1920s, this Rapunzel figurine wears a flapper-inspired dress, a "daughter of the sun" design with metallic gold accents and beads. And, as always, her hair is her best accessory.
- Crafted from resin.
- Hand painted. Unique variations should be expected.
- 8" H x 2.5" W x 3" L
- Hand-crafted of stone resin and hand-painted with faux jem embellishments.
- Part of the Disney Couture de Force Art Deco collection.
- Brought to you by Enesco Gift
Disney Princesses come to life in the lavish designs of the popular Art Deco visual arts style. Characterized by delineated geometric patterns, symmetry, rich colors, bold shapes and gorgeous ornamentation, Art Deco draws upon the multi-cultural heritage of Egypt, Greece, Africa, East Asia and the Americas. Originating in the 1920s and 1930’s, a time when Walt Disney started the Walt Disney Studios, Art Deco fashion gave expression to women eager to exert individuality and independence in the modern era.
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