Examples of statuette in a Sentence
won a gold-plated statuette as the prize
Recent Examples of statuette from the Web
If Anglophilic voters can avert their eyes from The Crown—a series that’s pure Emmys catnip (er, corgi-nip)—then NBC is bringing this statuette home.
Row upon row of metal shelves hold everything from intricately crafted ivory statuettes to cobra-skin boots in children’s sizes.
The first-ever Emmys statuette was handed to 20-year-old Shirley Dinsdale, a ventriloquist who created the Judy Splinters show.
In this project, the statuette was placed on a rotating pedestal.
That means the usual round of Southern California awards shows are beginning to hand out various shiny statuettes.
The trove of treasurers also included ancient coins, antique books and manuscripts, and bronze prehistoric statuettes, the Italians authorities said.
Hulu has been making waves as of late: Its adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale became the first streaming drama to win an Emmy for outstanding drama and brought Elisabeth Moss her first statuette.
Advertisers and others are presented with Vicki’s — a heavy statuette resembling an Oscar or a Tony award.
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