above figures are strictly limited edition Vienna Bronzes
that have been created by Salzburg Creations to celebrate
the premier of the new Walt Disney Production, FANTASIA 2000.
FANTASIA 2000, the long awaited follow up to Disney's animated
classic FANTASIA premiers on December 18th, 1999. This epic cartoon
has seven segments, each one set to a famous piece of classical
music. The above figures depict the characters from the segment
that is set to Sir Edward Elgar's "POMP & CIRCUMSTANCE".
In this segment Donald Duck and Daisy assist Noah
during his journey on the Ark.
The ten animals and Ark have been cast and painted by hand,
true to the style developed by the Vienna Bronze artists at the
turn of the century. They have been licensed by the Disney Corporation
and are exclusive collector's items. Only 200 sets will be made
and will only be available for a limited time, up until April
30th. This unique collaboration between Disney and world famous
Vienna Bronzes is destined to be among the most sought after and
valuable collectibles of its kind.
Vienna Bronzes were first created in 1850, and are famous and
distinguished by their naturalistic and detailed representation
of human figures, and all species of animals. The pieces can differ
in size from a few millimeters up to almost a meter. They are
unequalled in their state of the art finish as they are beautifully
cold painted and skillfully patinated, or gilded. Through their
broad variety of subject, sizes and finishes, these bronzes have
reflected the contemporary taste of the Viennese and European
public in general, and they have been sold to collectors all over
Each and every piece of the 'FANTASIA 2000' collection will
be numbered and stamped to guarantee each figure's authenticity.
These figures can only be purchased as sets.
If you have questions or are interested in purchasing the FANTASIA
2000 Vienna Bronzes, please send us an e-mail or call 845-796-0675.
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