With big eyes and a serious gaze, this mid-century chalkware girl is hand painted and pretty. She was made in Japan by a company called Lego. Not exactly the Lego we are used to. She has one small dent in the back of her head, barely noticeable, and a small mark or two on her hair. Otherwise, she is ready to sit on your desk and gaze at you, with a look that says “I know you can do this”.
7" H x 4" W x 5" D
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