Kent Melton sculpting maquette for Tangled.
When it comes to pairing Snow White and Prince sculpts together, Kent has been the go-to guy. The first was A Kiss Brings Love Anew, a numbered limited edition of 1650. It was released at the 1998 Disneyana Convention held September 7th-11th at WDW's Contemporary Resort.
The piece measures 11" x 10" and is 9 1/4" tall. The flowers at the base of the bier and around the pillow are handmade. The backstamp had a special 1998 Disneyana logo with an image of Walt Disney. A Certificate of Authenticity came in the box as well as a Disneyana Convention Certificate of Verification. Retail price was $750 (USD).
Introduced in March 1999, I'm Wishing for the One I Love featured the scene where the Prince and Snow White meet. This was the first time two WDCC characters had been sculpted separately but sold together as a set.
Snow is 8 1/2" tall, the Prince 9 1/4". She's wearing her rag dress. His dagger is fashioned from pewter. First year bottom-stamp was the sorcerer's hat. This open edition set was retired March 2000. Retailed for $295 (USD).
This set featured the two figurines of Snow White on horseback, And Away To His Castle We'll Go, and the Prince standing by her side, To Be Happy Forever, I Know. Again bundled and sold together, the open edition pair was released in July 2003.
Snow White with horse is 9 1/2" high, Prince 8 3/4". Knife and horse are stirrups made of pewter. The first year production mark was the harp (from 1947's Mickey and the Beanstalk). Retired October 2007. Set retailed for $450 (USD).
Item Number: 1228042
Released March 2006, A Dance Among the Stars featured Snow White and the Prince from the dream wedding sequence that never made it into the film. Measures 8 5/8" tall. This open edition was retired December 2009. Retail price $295 (USD).
Item Number: 4004515
The Snow White and Prince Sculpture Base was also introduced in March 2006. The open edition porcelain platform retailed for $50 (USD). Still available. (Wedding couple was sold separately.)
Info/stock images courtesy of Duckman's WDCC Inside Report.