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Sugar and Spice -- Tom Clark Gnome

$ 26.00

Tom Clark "Sugar and Spice" Gnome Figurine. This is a handcrafted resin gnome couple. Tom Clark gnome figurines are hand-cast from a special blend of resin, crushed pecan shells, and wood chips. Each is then hand-painted, hand-stained, and hand-lacquered.
Manufacturer/Markings: #51 "Sugar and Spice" by Tom Clark, The Cairn Studio, 1984 Retired. In great condition with no chips, cracks or breaks of any kind. A charming piece as usual from Tom Clark. Dimensions: 7 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 6 1/2". No box included.  The low number of 51 makes this a very desirable item.  In addition to the normal signature that all gnomes have in the carving, this one has an additional signature.  See photograph.


The Story:

Sugar and Spice "... and everything nice" in this happy moment of courtship. The young lovers are having an interlude of teasing and flirting on a lovely spring day. Spice has picked a small flower for Sugar. In a moment he may decide to write their initials on the honeysuckle vine. It, like the coin with the vine on it, is symbolic of their two lives woven together, yet remaining independent of each other. On the base all of the acorns are couples. There is a buckeye for good luck and an old chestnut, symbolic of their love which will be warm and long lasting.


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