Small Eggheads

The Egghead series of figures is a winner with its wit and charm and of course the characteristic red noses! The figures’ distinctive egg-shaped bodies are also their heads, hence the tongue-in-cheek name of the series. Available in a range of different poses and variants, these figures never fail to raise a smile. The figures are approximately 11cm high. They were awarded the ‘Tradition und Form’ design prize in 2001.
The Egghead series of figures is a winner with its wit and charm and of course the characteristic red noses! The figures’ distinctive egg-shaped bodies are also their heads, hence the... read more »
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Small Eggheads
The Egghead series of figures is a winner with its wit and charm and of course the characteristic red noses! The figures’ distinctive egg-shaped bodies are also their heads, hence the tongue-in-cheek name of the series. Available in a range of different poses and variants, these figures never fail to raise a smile. The figures are approximately 11cm high. They were awarded the ‘Tradition und Form’ design prize in 2001.

Small Eggheads

The Egghead series of figures is a winner with its wit and charm and of course the characteristic red noses! The figures’ distinctive egg-shaped bodies are also their heads, hence the tongue-in-cheek name of the series. Available in a range of different poses and variants, these figures never fail to raise a smile. The figures are approximately 11cm high. They were awarded the ‘Tradition und Form’ design prize in 2001.
The Egghead series of figures is a winner with its wit and charm and of course the characteristic red noses! The figures’ distinctive egg-shaped bodies are also their heads, hence the... read more »
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Small Eggheads
The Egghead series of figures is a winner with its wit and charm and of course the characteristic red noses! The figures’ distinctive egg-shaped bodies are also their heads, hence the tongue-in-cheek name of the series. Available in a range of different poses and variants, these figures never fail to raise a smile. The figures are approximately 11cm high. They were awarded the ‘Tradition und Form’ design prize in 2001.
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