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Lladro Guest Little Figurine by Lladró Atelier
By Lladro, Raul Rubio, Lladró Atelier
Located in New York, NY
This porcelain piece is a bold new version of the character created by Jaime Hayon for the collection The Guest by Lladró Atelier. Bold and innovative creations, with surprising deco...
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21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Green Guest Small Figurine by Jaime Hayon
By Jaime Hayon, Lladro
Located in New York, NY
Green glossy porcelain figurine created by Jaime Hayon for the collection The Guest by LLadró Atelier with a white base attached to the piece. The Guest is a piece created by Jaime H...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Green Guest Small Figurine by Jaime Hayon
H 11.810 in. W 4.330 in. D 4.330 in.
Lladro The Black Guest Figurine Large Model by Jaime Hayon
By Jaime Hayon, Lladro
Located in New York, NY
Black porcelain figurine created by Jaime Hayon for the collection The Guest by LLadró Atelier with a black base attached to the piece. The Guest is a piece created by Jaime Hayon fo...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Guest Small Figurine by Paul Smith, Numbered Edition
By Lladro, Raul Rubio
Located in New York, NY
Porcelain figurine with a brightly colored finish created by Paul Smith for the collection The Guest by LLadró Atelier with a white base attached to the piece. This piece is renowned...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro the Guest Small Figurine by Devilrobots, Numbered Edition
By Lladro, Raul Rubio, Devilrobots
Located in New York, NY
Porcelain figurine with black gloss on its face, hands and feet created by Devilrobots for The Guest by Lladró Atelier collection with a white base attached to the piece. This piece ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Guest Small Figurine by Rolito, Numbered Edition
By Lladro, Raul Rubio, Rolito
Located in New York, NY
White and black porcelain figurine with a silver gloss created by Rolito for The Guest by LLadró Atelier collection with a white base attached to the piece. This piece is renowned de...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro the Silver Guest Little Figurine in Silver by Jaime Hayon
By Jaime Hayon, Lladro
Located in New York, NY
Silver glossy porcelain figurine created by Jaime Hayon for The Guest by Lladró Atelier collection with a white base attached to the piece. The Guest is a piece created by Jaime Hayo...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Guest Figurine Large Model by Jaime Hayon
By Jaime Hayon, Lladro, Raul Rubio
Located in New York, NY
A glossy porcelain figurine created by Jaime Hayon for the collection The Guest by LLadró Atelier with a base attached to the piece. The Guest is a piece created by Jaime Hayon for T...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

  • Lladro The Guest Figurine Large Model by Jaime Hayon
  • Lladro The Guest Figurine Large Model by Jaime Hayon
  • Lladro The Guest Figurine Large Model by Jaime Hayon
  • Lladro The Guest Figurine Large Model by Jaime Hayon
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H 20.472 in. W 7.480 in. D 7.480 in.
Lladro the White Guest Figurine Large Model in White by Jaime Hayon
By Jaime Hayon, Lladro
Located in New York, NY
White glossy porcelain figurine created by Jaime Hayon for the collection The Guest by LLadró Atelier with a white base attached to the piece. The Guest is a piece created by Jaime H...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Guest Small Figurine by Jaime Hayon, Numbered Edition
By Jaime Hayon, Lladro, Raul Rubio
Located in New York, NY
White, yellow and gold glossy porcelain figurine created by Jaime Hayon for the collection The Guest by Lladró Atelier with a white base attached to the piece. This piece is renowned...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro the Guest Small Figurine by Tim Biskup, Numbered Edition
By Lladro, Raul Rubio, Tim Biskup
Located in New York, NY
Glossy porcelain figurine in silver luster created by Tim Biskup for the collection The Guest by LLadró Atelier with a white base attached to the piece. This piece is renowned design...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro the Guest Figurine Large Model by Gary Baseman. Limited Edition.
By Gary Baseman, Lladro, Raul Rubio
Located in New York, NY
A glossy porcelain figurine with a black satin finish on his hands and feet created by Gary Baseman for the collection The Guest by Lladró Atelier with a white base attached to the p...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro The Guest Figurine Large Model by Ricardo Cavolo. Limited Edition.
By Ricardo Cavolo, Lladro, Raul Rubio
Located in New York, NY
This piece is the contribution by the prestigious designer Ricardo Cavolo to The Guest, the creative project inviting cutting-edge artists from around the world to customize this fas...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

The Guest by Ricardo Cavolo Figurine. Small Model. Numbered Edition
By Lladro, Ricardo Cavolo
Located in New York, NY
This piece is the contribution by the prestigious designer Ricardo Cavolo to The Guest, the creative project inviting cutting-edge artists from around the world to customize this fas...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Spanish Modern Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Lladro Guest For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal lladro guest for your home. Frequently made of ceramic and porcelain, every lladro guest was constructed with great care. Each lladro guest bearing Modern hallmarks is very popular.

How Much is a Lladro Guest?

Prices for a lladro guest start at $305 and top out at $3,750 with the average selling for $790.

A Close Look at Modern Furniture

The late 19th and early 20th centuries saw sweeping social change and major scientific advances — both of which contributed to a new aesthetic: modernism. Rejecting the rigidity of Victorian artistic conventions, modernists sought a new means of expression. References to the natural world and ornate classical embellishments gave way to the sleek simplicity of the Machine Age. Architect Philip Johnson characterized the hallmarks of modernism as “machine-like simplicity, smoothness or surface [and] avoidance of ornament.”

Early practitioners of modernist design include the De Stijl (“The Style”) group, founded in the Netherlands in 1917, and the Bauhaus School, founded two years later in Germany. Followers of both groups produced sleek, spare designs — many of which became icons of daily life in the 20th century. The modernists rejected both natural and historical references and relied primarily on industrial materials such as metal, glass, plywood, and, later, plastics. While Bauhaus principles Marcel Breuer and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe created furniture from mass-produced, chrome-plated steel, American visionaries like Charles and Ray Eames worked in materials as novel as molded plywood and fiberglass. Today, Breuer’s Wassily chair, Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona chaircrafted with his romantic partner, designer Lilly Reich — and the Eames lounge chair are emblems of progressive design and vintage originals are prized cornerstones of collections.

It’s difficult to overstate the influence that modernism continues to wield over designers and architects — and equally difficult to overstate how revolutionary it was when it first appeared a century ago. But because modernist furniture designs are so simple, they can blend in seamlessly with just about any type of décor. Don’t overlook them.

Finding the Right Sculptures for You

Styling your home with vintage, new and antique sculptures means adding a touch that can meaningfully transform the space. By introducing a sculptural work as a decorative finish to any interior, you’re making a statement, whether you tend toward the dramatic or prefer to keep things casual with modest, understated art.

A single, one-of-a-kind three-dimensional figurative sculpture mounted on your dining room wall is a guaranteed conversation piece, while a trio of abstract works arranged on your living room bookshelves can add spontaneity to the collection of first-edition novels or artist monographs you’re displaying as well as draw attention to them. Figurative sculptures are representational works that portray a specific person, animal or object. And while decorating with busts, which are sculpted or cast figurative works, hasn’t exactly topped the list of design trends every year, busts are back. According to designer Timothy Corrigan, “They give humanity in a way that a more abstract sculpture can’t give.” Abstract sculptures, on the other hand, are not meant to show something specific. Instead, they invoke a mood or scene without directly stating what they are portraying.

Busts made of stone or metal may not seem like a good fit for your existing decor. Fortunately, there are many ways for a seemingly incongruous piece to fit in with the rest of your room’s theme. You can embrace a dramatic piece by making it the focal point of the room, or you can choose to incorporate several elements made out of the same material to create harmony in your space. If an antique or more dramatic piece doesn’t feel like you, why not opt for works comprising plastic, fiberglass or other more modern materials?

When incorporating sculpture into the design of your home — be it the playful work of auction hero and multimedia visionary KAWS, contemporary fiber art from Connecticut dealer browngrotta arts or still-life sculpture on a budget — consider proper lighting, which can bring out the distinctive aspects of your piece that deserve attention. And make sure you know how the size and form of the sculpture will affect your space in whole. If you choose a sculpture with dramatic design elements, such as sharp angles or bright colors, for example, try to better integrate this new addition by echoing those elements in the rest of your room’s design.

Get started on decorating with sculpture now — find figurative sculptures, animal sculptures and more on 1stDibs today.