Arguably, the central figure to Halloween is Dracula. Although Dracula can be quite scary, this version of Dracula—with his slicked hair, green eyes, white fangs, and black cloak decorated with dripping blood stains—shows that the
figure doesn't have to be scary to accurately depict the essence of Halloween this year. Introduced 2012, 5.75”H,
The companion to the ever popular Ghouly Girl, Skeleton Girl is ready for Halloween with her outfit decked out with skulls and skeletons and makeup inspired by Día de Muertos.
The skull truck-or-treat bag is hand carved to give this piece a personal touch. Introduced 2015 6.75”H
Antique Halloween candy moulds seem to be the most difficult to find. Very few were ever made, making the hunt for an addition to the Vaillancourt line almost impossible—unless you start to look for a mold which can be adapted... This sweet little girl holding her cat
seemed like a natural. So, ready for Halloween, "Ghouly Girl" was born. Introduced 2013 6.75” H
Introduced 2013 While there is no doubt that Santa's favorite holiday could be anything but Christmas, he always looks forward to Halloween! This year, Santa is seen in an orange and black outfit with a detailed back featuring a black fence with a cat perched on the top silhouetted by the yellow fall moon. Instead of delivering toys,
Santa has opened his bag to reveal a festive pumpkin and black cat.
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Introduced 2013 Black cats get a bad rap during the Halloween holiday—often considered the aids to witches or simply bearers of bad luck. This Halloween cat is breaking the mould by dressing up for some good 'ole trick or treating. Wearing a costume of a vintage Halloween clown,
this cat is simply looking to enjoy this holiday.
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This modified mould depicts everything that one holds dear to Halloween; a bristle broom, the black cat, bats, and the silhouette of a witch
dancing with a black cat on this Halloween Santa's orange coat. Introduced 2011
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