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Chef de Cuisine Kitchen Sculpture

Chef de Cuisine Kitchen Sculpture


Chef de Cuisine Sculpture

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Family and guests can't help but smile when they see the Chef de Cuisine is hard at work. Polystone kitchen sculpture depicts a chef holding a tray in one hand and signaling thumbs up to the meal being prepared. Attire is black and white garb; the red neckerchief adds a splash of color. Decorative use only. Chef sculpture is 10"Wx5.5"Dx14.5"H.

• Chef sculpture is a delightful, lighthearted kitchen accent
• Display sculpture alone or add your wrapped candies to the tray


Review Summary
(Based on 8 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


from MN wrote on

This is just adorable and is bigger than what I thought it would be. I bought this for my son and grandson's house and it looks perfect on their kitchen counter! Good gift for a couple of guys!

Chef de Cuisine Sculpture
from MD wrote on

A whimsical addition to my kitchen that always illicits wonderful comments from family & friends.

from NY wrote on

I purchased this item to sit in my glass door kitchen cabinet. I am very glad I did. He looks great and he proved to be perfect for the cabinet. He is a substantial size, and is made very well. I added a flameless candle to go on his tray and it helps light up the cabinet. A great purchase for me. He is adorable.

from wrote on

Very nice, really like him. He needs a big plate of spaghetti .

Fat Chef
from FL wrote on

My Fat Chef is exactly what I wanted for my kitchen pot shelf. He adds that special touch I was looking for in my kitchen.

from NY wrote on

i was very happy after receiving item. package well, the figure is well detailed, i was surprised with the overall size of the item. very satisfied.

Awesome !!!!
from CA wrote on

I really like my fat little chef!!!! He is really cute and he is going to Great in my new remodeled kitchen.

from NY wrote on

I loved the Chef and gave him as a gift to my nephew, a culinary arts student.