Note 1: HER SHOES & COLORS
The color of her shoes is the same as her dress -- Baby Blue.
The colors are the same for all "Girl Holding Dress" Doorstops.
There is no paint variation.
Note 2: TWO-PIECE ASSEMBLY
This is two separate pieces: the Little Girl and the Base
Two flat-head Screws going through from the bottom
of the base holds the little girl in its position.
A slight gap between the two can be detected.
Note 3 : MOLD CONSTRUCTION
This doorstop does not have B&H's standard "Flat Pebble Back".
Molding such a Large Casting with a flat back would waste metal
and certainly have voids (sink marks) in the metal due to uneven
cooling between sections of varying thicknesses.
To ensure all exterior surfaces cool at the same rate, the thick
section of the doorstop is made as a shell of constant thicknesses
#0080FF like you see in the Back View B
Note 4: RUBBER BUMPERS
Three Rubber Bumpers protect its backside. In case it tips over backwards.
(one @ the apex of the head & two on the back of its base.)
B&H testing probably revealed that bumpers were required in those spots
to prevent damage.
Note 5 : SIMILAR B&H DOORSTOPS
2 Similar Doorstops -- 2 Different Methods of Construction
B&H made a very similar doorstop: "the Warrior" except it is one single piece.
Shown by there are no gaps between the interface of the Warrior's feet and
the base indicating permanent attachment between the warrior and the base.
Coupled with the fact - there is no presence of screws
It is cast as one Single-Piece.
Note 5: OUTSTANDING DETAIL
That is why Bradley & Hubbard is known as|
"the Tiffany of the Doorstop Makers"