Spanish Porcelain Figurines
Lladro is famous for its fine Spanish porcelain figurines, and is one of the premium lines of collectible porcelains. Primarily known for their figurines, there is a lot more to the Lladro line to excite collectors.
Compared to some porcelain collectibles that go back to the thirteenth century, Lladro is a relative new-comer. The first Lladro pieces were produced as a “side-line” around 1953, and the first company produced pieces were made available in 1958.
Influenced by the designs of the early porcelain artists, the Lladro style developed into what is commonly referred to as “classic”, with flowing lines that portray gracefulness, and an attention to detail that almost brings these sculpted figurines to life.
The evolution of Lladro designs represents values all people can understand. Their figurines are an expression of the best moments in life. Each piece represents a universal story, whether it is a tradition or special moment, or even our dreams and fantasies.
One look and it is easy to see why their pieces were almost instantly propelled to the top of the porcelain collectibles market.
Retired Lladro figurines are already commanding top prices comparable to lines that are much older.
Where to find retired Lladro figurines.
When it comes to finding retired Lladro figurines – the best selections and the cheapest prices, there is no better online marketplace to start with than ebay, the place smart collectors go to first!
Even antique shops and Sotheby’s appraisers use ebay as a source for comparison evaluations.
*A note about the “New ebay” and the collectibles market.
Lladro Figurines – Retired Collectible Porcelain
How to find the True value of Lladro pieces
The true value of collectible porcelains is often different from the values you find on antiques web sites or collector’s price guides. The true value is what similar pieces are actually selling for. As mentioned above, serious collectors and professional appraisers use ebay everyday for value comparisons and availability searches.
Lladro history and factory marks chart
Lladro factory and maker’s marks have changed over the years, from just the incised Lladro name, to under-glazed logos and text. Here is a detailed factory marks chart and timeline.
Clowns, Ballerinas, and More…
Many of Lladro’s figurines were produced in series to cover a subject, like; ballerinas or clowns, or the bonds of love between two people. Their wedding and bride & groom pieces are especially sought to become part of that special moment when two lives commit to one.
|Lladro Figurines – Friends|
Lladro “friends” figurines cover more than just “Best Pals.” The bonds between little girls and boys and their pets, or brothers and sisters are something the talented artists at Lladro portray magically.
The listings below are just a few examples. You can use the search box to find all available pieces for the description you enter. (just remember to type Lladro as the first word)
Retired Lladro Figurines – Ballerinas and Dancers
Lladro makes other pieces too.Just click any image to see the available pieces.
Retired Lladro Figurines
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