Cat Figurine and Tealight Candle Funny Looks Cats Give Dubout Museum GiftPN# kit_DUB114-DUB75
Albert Dubout captures the funny things that Cats do. We have made a charming set of Cat Asking for Dinner figurine with Momma Cat and Kittens ceramic tea light. Give the combo gift to your friend who laughs at cats and their cute personalities.
Tealight: Ceramic tealight with Dubout's drawing of Cats in a Row (French l'Alignement). Momma cat appears on one side with her baby kittens next to her. On the other two sides, baby kittens form a line. Tea light candle holder is three sided. Tea light candle comes with the purchase. Measures: 2 1/4 in H x 3 1/2 in W x 3 1/2 in D. Weights 7 oz. DUB 114.
Cat Statue: This cat looks up at you asking What's For Dinner by forming a question mark with his tail. In French, Qu'est-ce qu'on mange? The small details stand out on this mini statue including his white colors, blue eyes, whiskers, and necklace with sculpted bell.
Measures: 4 1/2 in x 3 1/2 in x 1 1/4 in. Weight 0.3 lbs.
Both are part of the Parastone collection of Dubout cat drawings which have been adapted into a three dimensional statues and ceramic gifts.
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