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Should you gents dare to
gaze upon these flirtatious gals, guard your heart,
for they may just steal it away...
Below are the Floozie
figurines which are available right now:
If you would like to see a larger picture of any of these
please send an email and
mention which figurine you are interested in.
Prices for these are listed below.
SITTING 6" HIGH, STANDING 10 " HIGH
here for order form page
Below are photos which show the variety of
figurines in different sizes and costumes. In most cases, these have
already been sold. Special orders are possible, but it can take up
to a year depending on what work is in progress.
and Sheba" The Wild Women
6" Wide or High
In ancient times they dressed
in wild animal skins with fangs around their neck. The primitive floozies
lusted for a strong virile male to keep her company. A crackling fire
warmed the caves, where they filled the nights with their desires.
"Esmeralda" The Gypsy Girl
- 10" high
They traveled in groups
and set up their camps outside of towns and villages. In the evening
they entertained the townspeople with their music and dancing. Many
a young men lost their hearts to a dancing Gypsy Girl with her raven
hair and dark sparkling eyes. In the morning they moved on, leaving
broken hearts and empty wallets behind.
"Miss Jezebel - The Saloon
Girl - 6" high
In the old west,
saloons were the town meeting place. Women were in short supply so
wayward cowboys and lonely ranchers depended on the Saloon Girls for
female company. These strumpets were entertaining and flirted with
all the men, occasionally giving their favorites extra attention.
"Bridgett" - The Showgirl
- 10" high
They began dancing the
Can-Can in Paris at the Moulin Rouge Night Club in the 1800's. The
elaborately dressed Showgirls soon became a phenomenon. In the 1950's
they debuted in Las Vegas, where they carried on the tradition of
being the outrageous glitter queens of show business. Rhinestones,
sequins, feathers and scanty costumes adorn their finely tuned bodies
and awe spectators.
"Sunshine, Rainbow and Sunflower"
- The Hippie Chicks - 6" - 10" high
A modern day floozy,
the 1960's Hippie Chick, wore faded blue jeans and tie-dyed T-shirts.
Love beads worn around her neck, leather bags and sandals, were favorite
accessories. The Hippie Chicks made free love a symbol of their times
and gave it generously to many of the male friends they made along
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Enchanted Fantasies, Kandice Crusat
Ocean View HI 96737
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