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Papo

Papo Medieval Queen Figure, Multicolor

4.6
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SG$ 76.00
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SG$ 124.00
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  • Stimulate and inspire imagination of children
  • Hand painted
  • Designed in France
  • Extreme care taken with product quality and safety
  • Highly detailed and durable

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Customer Reviews

does not move arms or do much but my niece liked it and added to her collectioncute toy. does not move arms or do much but my niece liked it and added to her collection. 4Beautifully detailed figurineThis is a high quality, nicely painted figurine. There are lots of tiny details -- the dots on the crown, golden collar and belt; the gold outline on the purse; the details on the underskirt; the features of the face. For the most part it is VERY well-painted. The black detail running up the center of the bodice was the only place where the painter messed up, and, considering the high quality of the rest of the figure, I'm surprised (it's pretty noticeable.)Considering that lower quality figures miss the face (eyes and mouth paint not actually on the mouth and paint), and this is for my 8 year old daughter, not a Collector, I'm delighted with it overall. 5Assembling a Royal Court...to learn with and have fun withWhile assembling a Royal Court to rule over a new(Melissa and Doug) Castle I've been so very impressedby three toy collections.. Papo, Schleich and Safari( you can find them all here on Amazon ). The collections are exqisitely detailed ,beautifullypainted by hand AND historically accurate as far ascostumes and armaments.Happily they all work perfectlytogether...the knights from one group can fit justas well on the noble steeds of the other groups. This particular' Medieval Queen' from Papo will rulewith 'King Alfred' from Safari...they work well togetherboth represent the late 11th century..around the timeof the First Crusade...amazing toys really.. my nephewwill appreciate this (I hope). 5Five StarsBeautifully detailed and loved by my granddaughter for her castle set. 5Lived up to my expectationsThis is an amazing queen figurine. I love this queen; her expressions, her pose, her ornaments and her costume. Everything is just perfect, neither does it escape the eye nor is it too flashy. Only thing I would like to change is the color of her veil. The veil is white which doesn't go as impeccably with the rest of the costume. But overall, a really pretty queen. 4Queenly gloryThe figure is well made and seems accurate historically. It also is quite sturdy with no sharp edges, which is handy with the little one around. She's quite beautiful and regal. 5She's certainly one durable queenI actually bought this figurine about three years ago, and she is still played with on a regular basis. At the time of purchase, I bought the queen to "authenticate" a wooden castle I had purchased for my toddler. The combination (along with a king, etc.,) deeply impressed my older daughter--then about eight years old and generally disdaining of anything that suggested "toddlerhood", but who nevertheless played with the queen on the sly-- and delighted my little one (then almost three). So the queen survived the toddler years...Suffice it to say, this queen has frequented castles, doll houses, and has been the doom of lego villages. She is extraordinarily well made: the figurine has been bathed almost daily in bubble bath for over two years now (yes, she has now been regulated to the status of bath toy); despite this, she has not lost a single detail to the overall furnishings and original colors of her garment. And the details, for a figurine, and especially one of this price, are exquisite: she seems to be wearing layers of clothing, and one sees the ridges/crinkles in the dress; her hands are delicate and she possesses an expression of serenity (not that my children noticed these things).At present, my (now) near 12-year-old wouldn't mind using her as a decor element in her room (albeit towards the back of a bookshelf!), but her (almost) six-year-old sister still insists on playing with the queen in the bath, and my 18-month daughter is starting to show an interest in the figurine. The queen has faired better than most barbie dolls, and has received more attention than any of the American Girl dolls owned by my daughters. I believe she'll survive at the hands of my third daughter, and I think this says quite a bit about the quality of the figurine as well as the many different ways in which the figurine may be used: imaginative play inside (from castle to bathtub) and outside the house--she has been buried in sand and in dirt-- and she's so easy to pack (along with a handful of other figurines) for weekend trips to Grandma's and since she and the other figurines don't come with loads of accessories, we don't forget anything as we pack to come home.Would I buy her again? Yes, but I don't need to, for this queen has been built/modeled as a survivor, assuming nobody gets the "brilliant" idea to see how she fares in the fire, gets picked on as a "chew toy" by the dog, or becomes a "science" experiment--I have seen other figurines (by Schleich and Papo) go down in this manner by children who are keen to test the limits of things, but I digress. Apart from that, the thing seems to be indestructible. 5Checkmate!Papo makes some great figures and our kids love them. They've been collecting them for a few years, only gathering about a dozen, due to the cost of these retail, even with sales. However, here on Amazon, we've managed to get them for half (or less) of the retail costs, and bought a bunch of these for the kids' birthdays. Each figure is amazingly detailed and well made. They pose them in massive battles or just arrange them on their furniture for display. Either way, the figures are fantastic. I've written this same review for each of the figures that we've purchased. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. These will last for years to come. 5Not as good as Schleich...So this queen is very pretty and very detailed. The problem is that my kids are VERY rough on toys. I got this doll because my son got a bunch of Schleich knights, and my youngest daughter wanted something to play with as well. Whereas Schleich knights are all a single cast of plastic, the Papo figurines are a couple different casts, held together with glue or whatever. Regardless, my kids managed to "decapitate" the queen within a couple days.The detail is great, and my kids love to play with them. But without a head... 4Four Starsse ve m s bonita en la imagen que en la realidad. 4
Papo Medieval Queen Figure, Multicolor

Papo Medieval Queen Figure, Multicolor

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 76.00
Sale price
SG$ 76.00
Regular price
SG$ 124.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 48.00)