Moonlight Waltz - Belle and Beast Dancing Figurine from Disney Traditions and Enesco
Jim Shore celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Disney classic film Beauty and the Beast with this enchanting double figure inspired by the romantic ballroom scene when Belle and her suitor discover their love is a tale as old as time.
Measurements of Product 9.06 in H x 6.61 in W x 7.68 in L
Perfect for Valentine’s Day, Sweetest Day, an engagement gift or wedding gift or anytime you want to show your love. Are you her prince charming?
Perfect for the Beauty and the Beast or Belle collector, Disney, Disneyana or Princesses collection Belle fanatic, a novelist Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve aficionado - or anyone who like cartoon collecting.
According to Wikipedia…
An enchantress, disguised as an old beggar, offers a rose to a young prince, in exchange for shelter in his castle from the cold, but the prince refuses. For his arrogance, the enchantress transforms him into a beast and places a spell on the castle. She gives him a magic mirror that enables him to view faraway events, along with the enchanted rose that she had offered. To break the spell, the prince must learn to love another and earn her love in return before the rose's last petal falls on his 21st birthday. If he fails, he will remain a beast forever.
Ten years later, a young bookworm girl named Belle is bored of her village life and seeks excitement. Because of her nonconformist ideals, she is ridiculed by everyone but her father Maurice, the town librarian, and an arrogant, vain, and muscular hunter named Gaston. Despite being popular with the townsfolk, Gaston is determined to marry Belle. She repeatedly rejects his advances.
Maurice and his horse Phillipe get lost in the forest while traveling to a fair to present his wood-chopping machine. After being chased by a pack of wolves, he comes across the Beast's castle. Inside, he meets Lumière the candlestick, Cogsworth the clock, Mrs. Potts the teapot, and her son Chip the teacup. However, the Beast quickly discovers and detains Maurice. After Phillipe leads Belle to the Beast's castle, she offers to take her father's place. Over her father's objections, the Beast accepts Belle's offer. While Gaston sulks over Belle's rejection, Maurice returns to town but is unable to convince the others to save Belle from the Beast.