Standing at 9 inches tall (approx 22cm), the Jessica WDCC figurine is immortalised straight from her debut scene, just as she sashayed out from behind the Ink and Paint Club curtains. Jessica is presented with her signature deep red hair, heavily made-up eyelid at flirty half-mast, long purple gloves, and the sculptor even made sure to include a gold painted earring. Pink glitter details adorn Jessica's strapless evening gown. The glitter is a mix of light and dark pinks, with some blue scattered evenly throughout to add depth and interest. Disney aimed to be as scene-specific as possible with the WDCC line, ensuring these figurines were painted to match the paint colours on screen.
And the colours are all accurate. In addition to the glittering gown and earring, the Jessica WDCC figurine is, as Walt Disney would refer to it, plussed with bronze shoes, anchoring her securely to her purple base. The base itself is designed in an odd kidney shape, adding to the charm of the figurine by making it appear as though Jessica is floating on her own cloud.
The bottom of the base is stamped with the WDCC logo in teal and gold, the title of the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Jessica Rabbit happened to be the first figurine released in the WDCC Leading Ladies Series. The title of the piece, "I'm Not Bad, I'm Just Drawn That Way", Jessica's name, and the edition size are also included.
The figurine was a Limited Edition of 5,000 pieces worldwide. The 2004 special production mark is also stamped on the base. The 2004 mark, the bumblebee, was from the'Bumble Boogie' section of the 1948 animated classic'Melody Time. Each WDCC figurine carries the mark of the production time period of the year it was created. The Walt Disney Classics Collection brilliantly embodies the whimsical and dreamy magical world of Disney and is one of the higher-end collectible lines available.The Walt Disney Classics Collection 2004 Event Sculpture - Leading Ladies Series Who Framed Roger Rabbit Jessica Rabbit figurine was available from March 26-28, 2004, and has since been retired. Sculpted in fine porcelain, the figurine measures approx. 22.8 x 7 x 8 cm. (9 x 2.75 x 3.14 in). Packaging is just as important, especially with such an expensive and fragile collectible line. Disney created a signature box for the WDCC line. The teal colored box with lighter pinstripes is well made and sturdy.
The Walt Disney Classics Collection logo is embossed with gold on the front. The figurine is well packaged in styrofoam, cardboard, and paper. The figurine itself is wrapped in plastic and covered in foam. The Jessica Rabbit porcelain figurine. A booklet about the WDCC collection.A sealed certificate of authenticity with the individual limited edition number of the statue, in this case 3356/5000; and. A postcard from the event and a large cardboard promotional display board (which props up) with a great full color zoom on Jessica in all her seductive badness - imagine it propped behind this piece in your display cabinet! Perfect as a gift for that special someone. Or better yet, keep it for yourself! Just dont miss this opportunity to own a magnificent piece of Disneyana..
I'm not bad, I'm just drawn that way! Item can be delivered worldwide. The item "Jessica Rabbit WDCC Limited Edition Figurine BNIB RARE MINT CONDITION" is in sale since Wednesday, June 26, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectables\Disneyana".
The seller is "librat2018" and is located in Niddrie, VIC. This item can be shipped worldwide.