Charlie Chaplain Porcelain Sculpture by Lladro, Spain Depicts Chaplain in Stance

Entitled “Charlie Chaplain”, hand painted porcelain made in 1984 by Lladro, in Spain and retired in 1990 This is labeled 5233 and 025F; signed on the bottom by the sculptor, Juan Huerta (see image). The piece depicts Charlie Chaplain as the proverbial tramp, standing in front of a suitcase with his hobo sack behind him while examining a white flower in his delicate hands.

Guaranteed to be authentic and original, this piece has the appropriate markings on the underneath and is packed in the original box (see images). It is rarely found in this, just about mint condition with no mars, chips, or scratches, and definitely no restoration of any kind.
Of note are the vulnerable delicate fingers and white flower completely intact, along with his bag and cane. Often they are chipped or lacking. These are all there.

Dimensions: 3″ deep x 3″ wide x 11 1/8″ high

Spain Circa 1984 c.H: 11 1/8""W: 3"D: 3"