Collectible Snow White Figurines

Gorgeous Snow White Figurines
Gorgeous Snow White Figurines

Are you looking for Snow White figurines? I have compiled a great selection of collectible Snow White figurines for you to look through. The Disney Princess who is ‘the fairest of them all’ makes a beautiful subject for these figurines that are enjoyed by young and old alike.

I have tried to feature mainly Snow White on this page, but there are a few figurines of the Evil Queen and the Seven Dwarfs as it seems quite inevitable to add these figures from Snow White’s fairy tale.

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Snow White Figurines from Precious Moments

Adorable Snow White Figures You Just HAVE to Have!

Here are some beautiful Snow White figurines from Precious Moments.  The figurines are made from bisque porcelain (which Precious Moments are known for) and are gorgeous enough to make you believe in fairy tales again!

Bisque porcelain is basically a white, un-glazed ceramic. It was commonly used to make porcelain dolls during the Victorian era right through until the 1930s. Bisque porcelain figurines are made from casts and what gorgeous casts they often are!

 Precious Moments, Disney Showcase Collection Bisque Porcelain Figurine Precious Moments, Disney Showcase Collection, Bisque Porcelain Figurine Precious Moments Figurine, Disney Snow White on Coal Car

Bradford Exchange Snow White Figurines

I think Bradford Exchange figurines are always exquisite and I haven’t been disappointed with the Snow White figurines that I could find.

 Disney Forever Snow White Bradford Exchange Bell Figurine Disney Happily Ever After Snow White Bradford Exchange Bell Figurine Bradford Disney Snow White Limited Edition Figurine

Lenox Snow White Figurines

This beautiful Snow White figure is made from hand painted ivory fine china and is accented with 24k gold. It is absolutely perfect for any figurine collector. Lenox prides itself on producing fine china collectibles from figurines such as the Snow White ones featured here to tableware and they are such an established company that no less than six presidents since 1918 have commissioned them to produce state services in their beautiful ivory fine china – like the china used in this figurine.

 Lenox Disney Showcase A Serenade For Snow White Figurine

Founded in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox the Lenox company is renown for it’s fine pieces, including a wonderful range of Disney princess figurines.

Snow White’s story wouldn’t be the same without her friends – the seven dwarfs – as part of it. “Hi Ho, Hi Ho it’s off to work we go…” I used to love singing along that song when we were off on a family walk or any other excuse I could think of really!

I love the fact that Lenox has so many of their Snow White figurines with one, some or all of the seven dwarfs (of course they also feature them all on their own as well)

 Someday My Prince Will Come, Limited Edition 1937 Lenox At The Parade With Snow White Lenox – Disney – Dancing With Snow White – New

Lenox even have a great Evil Queen figurine – “Try an apple dearie,” if you were like me you were telling Snow White not to eat the apple when you watched the movie and yet she did – why do characters never hear you when they’re on screen?

This figurine always reminds me of my god daughter when I see it as there’s a funny story that involves her and the Evil Queen……..

 Lenox Disney Showcase

One evening when she was younger her grandparents took her and her sisters to a maze that was made out of maize and where the Disney Princesses were on show. The girls loved exploring the maze and coming across the different princesses.

The evil queen was also there disguised with her basket of apples and what does my (always hungry) god daughter do? She helps herself to an apple and after she’s taken a big bite her grandfather leans over and says to her – ‘that’s not the poisoned apple is it? – apparently the apple was spat out so quickly it was amazing. Poor girl!

Jim Shore Snow White Figurines

Accomplished artist Jim Shore has been in partnership with Disney since 2005, adding his own style to Disney favorites such as Snow White. When speaking of his range – Disney Traditions – Jim says “I’m extremely proud of my association with Disney. I can’t think of a more important name in American popular culture.”

 Jim Shore for Enesco Disney Traditions Snow White with Castle Dress Figurine, 6 Jim Shore for Enesco Disney Traditions Snow White with Bird Figurine, 5.25-Inch Jim Shore Someday Is Today Snow White Prince Charming – Stone Resin 6.00 IN

Snow White Figurine From Royal Doulton

Royal Doulton are known for their bone china products which includes these hand decorated bone china Snow White figurines. Most people have heard of the name Royal Doulton, but the company’s original name was just Doulton until 1901 when they came to the attention of the Royal family and Edward VII gave them a royal warrant allowing them to change their name to Royal Doulton.

Whatever Royal Doulton product you have the name is synonymous with quality and it seems quite appropriate that a princess such as Snow White should be made into a china figurine by a company with such a regal name!

 Walt Disney Showcase by Royal Doulton Snow White Figurine

Snow White Christmas Ornaments

If you love Snow White you don’t have to just collect these adorable figurines, you can even get Christmas ornaments to adorn your tree with, take a look –

Snow White Christmas OrnamentsSnow White Christmas Ornaments

Snow White Christmas Ornaments are wonderful to hang on your Christmas trees. Snow White was my daughter’s favorite Disney Princess so she’ll always hold a special place in my heart……..Read More

Which is Your Favorite Snow White Figurine?

I find it way to hard to choose just one, I’d rather pick my favorite from each brand.  If I was pushed I’d probably go with the Lenox At The Parade with Snow White ornament as it features the seven dwarfs as well!

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