James C. Christensen - Tweedle Dee
Tweedledum, the rattle-waver, and Tweedledee, the saber-rattler, were originally created to represent the 18th-century composers George Frideric Handel and Giovanni Bononcini.  Lewis Carroll borrowed the satiric characters for Through the Looking Glass, and I, in turn, am using them to symbolize the humorous folly of refusing to give ground on any point, no matter how petty. - JCC

James C. Christensen - Tweedle Dee

Release Year: 1997
Size: 6" high
Form: porcelain
Edition Size: 1250 numbered

Product Code: CHRTW3

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