What are Depose figurines made of?

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Depose figurines are made out of porcelain. A figurine is a statuette that represents a human, deity or animal. The earliest were made of stone or clay while modern versions are made of ceramic, metal, glass, wood and plastic.
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Most figurines like that are made of ceramic clay. But sometimes the cheaper ones, found at a dollar store, are from China and are only bisque fired clay , which is only fired enough
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bronze. "He said, 'I give you 5 minutes to spare your blushes! Here is the little key that opens the two ebony caskets on the mantelpiece in the Louis-Philippe room...in one
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can only guess that it is brass or bronze, and solid suggest its not pewter,lead ,or other metals, http://www.bronzebells.com/whybronze.htm brass 60% copper 40% zinc http://www.room-makers.com
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Yes, they are from Spain.
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