Poppy & Peeper - Flower Kewpies®

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The Kewpie® Flower & Bug Collection began in 1999 with "Fleur" and "Flit" made exclusively for the 50th Anniversary of the United Federation of Doll Clubs - UFDC. The other pieces in the series followed in 2001 and consisted of three matching pairs of flower and bug-themed costumed kewpies: Caper & Crocus; Luna & Lulu; and Poppy & Peeper.
Like other R. John Wright Kewpies®, these authentic, licensed, Rose O'Neill characters are constructed of the finest all-wool felt which is molded, sewn, stuffed, and delicately hand-painted. Standing 6" tall, each is five-way jointed for poseability and include the trademark tiny blue Kewpie wings on the shoulders. These are the perfect 'cabinet-size' Kewpies!

The Poppy Kewpie® (shown at left in photo) is outfitted in a costume inspired by the brilliant poppy flower. Her dress is made of felt poppy petals with molded ridges, black fringe, with a flaming red/orange silk underskirt. She also has a large varigated pure silk bow at her back. Her headband has intricately constructed poppy buds and leaves made entirely of felt.

Her dapper companion, Peeper Kewpie®, is a delightful bug dressed in formal attire. His costume includes a padded breastplate topped by a swallow-tailed jacket made of midnight blue felt and a silk bow tie. He wears felt spats on his feet and on his head is a molded cap with felt antennae.

Poppy and Peeper were made in editions of 250 pieces. Each came enclosed in a custom-made hinged presentation case lined in silk with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity and the forms for owner registration.

The Poppy Kewpie and Peeper Kewpie offered here come directly from R. John Wright Archives in pristine as-new condition. 

The online purchase price includes shipping and insurance in the domestic United States. For overseas shipping rates, please contact the RJW office. You may also place your order request via phone at 1-802-447-7072. All orders are subject to availability.

©KEWPIE 2001. ©Jesco, 2001. Under license from Jesco.


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