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   Bloody Mary, from “South Pacific

"Bloody Mary is the girl I love, now ain’t that too damn bad!” sing the Seabees in Rogers & Hammerstein’s “South Pacific.” Juanita Hall immortalized the colorful Tonkinese seller of curious goods with the haunting song “Bali Ha’I” in the 1958 movie, filmed on the Hawaiian island of Kaua’i.


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This figure was part of the 2012 Philadelphia Flower Show Miniature Setting "Bloody Mary."

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All my figures are individually hand-sculpted in 1:12 scale from polymer clay. They are painted using Genesis heat set oils, costumed in the finest fabrics and wigged with English Viscose or Tibetan lamb hair. Each is a one-of-a-kind creation. Interested buyers may purchase directly online, or contact me at mare@whitehorsestudio.com. Commissions accepted as schedule allows. Click here for shipping information.

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