From Harmony Kingdom's Treasure Jest Collection
Item # TJBB ~ Made In: England
Carving Date: 1999 ~ Release Date: June 1, 1999 ~ Retirement Date: April 15, 2004
Dimensions: 2.68 x 2.32 x 3.43 ~ Edition Size: 13,587
•Box figurine from Harmony Kingdom features a hidden compartment for storing tiny treasures
•Brand new in the original gift box, complete with all documentation
•The box has had its label removed, but the box figurine inside is new and undisplayed
•Cast from crushed marble mixed with resin and individually handpainted
•Each box figurine comes with a story, called “the Secrets of the Kingdom”
•Has been kept in a smoke-free environment
•Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back
S e c r e t s: Made in the Cotswold District of England in a limited edition and painted by hand, this brand-new box figurine is called a Treasure Jest because it can hold tiny treasures and tells an amusing tale. What do http://www70.pair.com/robnjays and the lovely crested blue jay depicted in Caw of the Wild have in common? Both are colorful and have admirers throughout the world. Peter sculpted Caw of the Wild in honour of Rob and Jay, the duo who create the aforementioned infamous website full of rumors and gossip about Harmony Kingdom.
“20 MAR” commemorates the epic 19-day flight around the world of the Breitling-Orbiter 3 hot air balloon. “17 3 99” is the date English entertainer Rod Hull fell from his roof to his death. Peter fondly remembers Rob and his puppet Emu from his childhood years. “TO ROB” appears inside Version 1 as the bird itself commemorates Jay. Hallmarks include ©, Pc, edition number (1), the Harmony Ball Company's treble-clef logo, 99, and the year-of-creation icon. The bottom of the lid bears the Harmony Kingdom crown stamp with year-of-production icon.
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