Has anyone seen this?

ElpuntThing

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Reverse image search says it's made by Aurora (or Aurora world? unclear). Hope you can find one, since it looks like she's no longer being actively made!
 

Wind~Whistler

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Yep, she looks like an Aurora-style plushie. I remember a similar Rainbow Dash being spotted at a past toy fair. Good luck on tracking her down!
 
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I think she was online? I don't remember seeing her in store ever.
Reverse image search is helpful! It looks for other sites or places where the image could be (helpful for looking up uncredited art on Instagram, for example -_-)
 
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I'd sell Action Hank to get her, but have never ever seen one for sell. Just people showing her off AND BREAKING MY HEART!

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That’s one large plush I would actually buy and let live in my bed. Lol!! I loved this Pinkie when she came out years ago but never saw her for sale anywhere.
 

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I found her. On offer up. $88+shipping. Out of our range right now. :( My girl has a collection of oversize plushies and we both love this pinkie. It's out there if one of you wants it too.
Was the price firm? You could shoot them a fair offer and ask someone to pick it up for you on the forums/a family member :)
 
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This is the only photo I have her in, but I have Pinkie and Rainbow Dash in that size--I got them as a birthday gift a few years ago, and I do remember seeing them in boutique stores locally for $100 or so each.


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I wish to touch that SHS. Also, where did you find her?? I want to spend a day in your pony room so bad! lol It’s just pure love and joy. <3
 

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My grandmother used to collect old carousel horses and give them paper mache makeovers when I was a little girl. I remember they were gorgeous by the time they were ready to sell. WHY didn't we ever think of making a My Little Pony one?! ;_; (She is beautiful, by the way!)
 

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I wish to touch that SHS. Also, where did you find her?? I want to spend a day in your pony room so bad! lol It’s just pure love and joy. <3

1986 Lifesize My Little Pony Commercial Prop

This "life-size" My Little Pony stands at 49", or just over 4 feet tall. It is made from a strange plastic compound that weighs close to 250lbs including its base. It depicts a Sweetheart Sister Pony which looks very similar to Spring Song, with added embellishments to her mane and tail, and a headdress of flowers. Through the body of the pony is a spiraling wooden post, used in its original purpose as a carousel post.

This pony, as well as its two fellow handmade one-of-a-kind yellow and pink counterparts, was used in a 1986 commercial for My Little Pony. In this commercial, three girls sit upon these giant ponies on a spinning carousel in the commercial's opening. After production, the ponies were stored in a warehouse and untouched for about 20 years. In 2007, during a cleaning out of that warehouse in Orlando, FL, these ponies were discovered and put up for sale. Each had to be shipped through freight. I purchased the purple one because it happens to be my favorite color.


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Nope, no touching! :winkpony:


My grandmother used to collect old carousel horses and give them paper mache makeovers when I was a little girl. I remember they were gorgeous by the time they were ready to sell. WHY didn't we ever think of making a My Little Pony one?! ;_; (She is beautiful, by the way!)
She was handmade, but she was made for Hasbro to use in one of their MLP commercials ;) http://mustbejewel.com/collection.html
 

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1986 Lifesize My Little Pony Commercial Prop

This "life-size" My Little Pony stands at 49", or just over 4 feet tall. It is made from a strange plastic compound that weighs close to 250lbs including its base. It depicts a Sweetheart Sister Pony which looks very similar to Spring Song, with added embellishments to her mane and tail, and a headdress of flowers. Through the body of the pony is a spiraling wooden post, used in its original purpose as a carousel post.

This pony, as well as its two fellow handmade one-of-a-kind yellow and pink counterparts, was used in a 1986 commercial for My Little Pony. In this commercial, three girls sit upon these giant ponies on a spinning carousel in the commercial's opening. After production, the ponies were stored in a warehouse and untouched for about 20 years. In 2007, during a cleaning out of that warehouse in Orlando, FL, these ponies were discovered and put up for sale. Each had to be shipped through freight. I purchased the purple one because it happens to be my favorite color.



Nope, no touching! :winkpony:




She was handmade, but she was made for Hasbro to use in one of their MLP commercials ;) http://mustbejewel.com/collection.html
Far too fragile to touch. She sure is gorgeous, though.
 
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