Is NAO and Lladro the same?

Nao is a brand of the Lladró group with its pieces in a similar style. Nao is cheaper to buy, as their range is produced by the apprentices of Lladro, rather than the experts, who are reserved to work specially on Lladro items.

Are Lladro figurines worth anything?

The value of Lladró figurines varies widely. Small, common figurines sell for as little as $10-20. Whereas average pieces, usually medium sized and intricate tend to sell for $75-150 each. Figurines that are extremely elaborate, rare, and/or large can sell for $2,000-$25,000 or even higher.

Does Lladro make Nao?

NAO has always been part of the Lladro Group ownded by the Lladro family. NAO porcelains are produced in the company’s own local workshops located in Valencia Spain.

What are the rarest Lladro?

Here are five of the most expensive Lladro figurines ever sold:

  1. A Grand Adventure – $64,350.
  2. 18th Century Coach – $57,200.
  3. Cinderella’s Arrival – $57,200.
  4. Flamenco Flair Woman – $7,720.
  5. The Fox Hunt – $6,500.

Is Lladro still collectible?

The reverence for the Lladró brand continues today, with collectors hunting for – and finding – fantastic pieces across price points. “There is still strong private and primary market demand for Lladró porcelains. But they do come to auction with “diorama” works grossing the highest values.

Does Lladro increase in value?

With so many Lladró figurines on the secondary market, you may ask yourself “Do Lladró figurines appreciate in value?” The answer is an emphatic “Yes!” Rare figurines, along with large and/or elaborate pieces, have sold for $2,000 to $25,000 or more.

Is there a market for second hand Lladro?

The smaller, more common Lladro pieces can resell for as little as $15 to $20 (example: single geese), while on average the more common Lladro usually resell for $75 to $150. The extremely large Lladro can resell for $2,000 to $25,000.

Is Lladro more valuable than Nao?

Nao Porcelain Figurines In 1968, Lladró introduced its “Nao” line of figurines. Each Nao piece features a simpler design and a considerably lower price tag than the elegant Lladró pieces.

How can you tell real Lladro figurines?

First, look at the bottom of the figurine. The porcelain should also be engraved with a logotype that looks similar to a blue bell or tulip, the name Lladro and will say “Made in Spain.” The logotypes have changed over the years but every example can be found on the official Lladro site (see Additional Resources).

How do I know if my Lladro is authentic?

What can I do with unwanted Lladro?

The most common way to sell individual Lladro pieces is through online auctions. You can either go through a large auction website, like eBay, or look for one that specializes in Lladro and other porcelain figures. For best results, set a reserve price when you list an item.

Are Lladro figurines always marked?

A Lladro figurine can be dated as well as authenticated by the marking or trademark logo on the underside of its base. A figurine lacking one of the following marks is quite likely to be a fake or a forgery. The exception to this rule would be the earliest figurines which were not marked – however these are quite rare.

How tall is a Lladro Nao wedding figurine?

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How can you tell if a Lladro is made in Spain?

First, look at the bottom of the figurine. The porcelain should also be engraved with a logotype that looks similar to a blue bell or tulip, the name Lladro and will say “Made in Spain.”.

Where can I find the authenticity card for Lladro?

If there is not a number on the bottom, then you should be able to locate the number on the authenticity card that comes with the figurine. You can input this number into the Lladro website and the site will immediately verify its authenticity.