Hemingway - Harmony Kingdom Frog In Cigar Box
Beppo the clown, of Harmony Circus fame, has given his brother Barney a box of "Golden Moments" cigars for his birthday. But what a surprise! A frog sits languorously inside the cigar box with his feet resting on a golden ball, a reference to the children's fairy story “The Frog Prince.” Another label reads "For Mr. Wormold 59200/5". This refers to the hero of Graham Greene's novel "Our Man in Havana" (where all the good smokes come from). One very obscure label refers to "25 Gaspers".
Inside we find the sad evidence of the frog's fate and demise: a bone marked "Pattes des Grenouilles" – this is the gastronomic French delicacy of “Frog’s Legs.
This is the 118th Harmony Kingdom figurine David Lawrence has carved. His signature acorn is located on the back of the lid.
Carving Date: 2003 - Retired
2" wide, 3" long, 2.5" high
All photographs are of the actual piece you will receive.