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Cogsworth (Beauty And The Beast)

A very elegant clock

Like all the other figures in this series, this Cogsworth figure is a sort of more realistic and much more detailed version of the one in the movie. Cogsworth is still a small baroque style clock made of brown wood and covered in part with very rich gilding. Two plant forms appear to form its hair on top and two others form handles on the side that could look like arms. On the front is represented what is probably a war scene with a barrel of swords and another much smaller watch. His dial serves as his face, his two large black eyes being the only real human” elements of this figure. If this figure is very successful from a point of view of detail and execution, it remains a little less expressive than its version from the cartoon.


The Clockwork Butler

Cogsworth is a secondary character in the film Beauty and the Beast, the film adaptation of the famous Walt Disney cartoon, itself inspired by a classic story. Cogsworth was the butler in the castle of a young and handsome prince. But because of his vanity, the young prince was once turned into a terrible-looking beast by an old woman. But the curse didn’t stop there as all the servants in the castle were turned into objects. This is how Cogsworth became a little clock, probably because of his somewhat rigid attitude and obsession with rules. One day, a man is locked up by The Beast for trying to pick a rose in his garden. His daughter Belle comes to his rescue and the Beast offers her to take her father’s place and become a servant in the castle. Over time, Belle and The Beast begin to grow fond of each other and the castle’s inhabitants begin to see an opportunity to break the spell. Indeed, only the love of a woman while still in his Beast guise can lift the curse from the prince and the entire castle.


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