A living candlestick (voiced by Jerry Orbach) that first appeared in Disney's 1991 Beauty and the Beast animated film. Like the rest of the Beast's servants, his maitre d', Lumiere, was changed, from a human into a household item, when the Enchantress cursed the heartless prince and everyone inside his castle. Lumiere, and company, are trapped in their unnatural forms forever unless the Beast can break the spell by learning how to love and finding a woman to return his affection, despite his horrific physical appearance. And, to make matters worse, the bestial prince only has until the last petal falls from the magic rose that the Enchantress gave him to accomplish this task.
Newsprint, lined notebook paper, white glue, wire twist ties, and acrylic paint.
2.6 cm (1.0") x 4.9 cm (1.9") (widest point x highest point)
(*The measurements will vary depending on how the figure's joints are positioned;
the numbers given are for a neutral standing pose.)
12 Points: Flames x 3, neck x 2, shoulders x 2, wrists x 2, mid-torso, and waist x 2.
One day; February 26, 2013.
For comparison purposes, below are some relevant images:
Lumiere and Cogsworth, from the Beauty and the Beast animation.
Front, side, and back views of the Playstation 2 Kingdom Hearts II Lumiere polygon game model.
Disney Wikia Lumiere article.
Google Lumiere image search.
Kingdom Hearts II Playstation 2 video game.
Wikipedia Disney's Beauty and the Beast characters article.
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The repeating rose background is from the configuration screen of both Beauty and the Beast Sega Genesis video games.
The midi music playing is the title theme from both Beauty and the Beast Sega Genesis video games.