Lucie Kaas

Freddie, I Want to Break Free Kokeshi Doll

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A parody of the long running British soap, “Coronation Street”, Freddie Mercury dressed as “Bet Lynch” for the video “I Want to Break Free” by Queen. While considered satirical in the band’s native UK, it was a source of controversy within selected media outlets at the time, however, today the song and video is a global anthem of empowerment and liberty. The for Lucie Kaas collection includes some of the greatest legends and icons within the fashion, art, music and cultural world. The collection grows each season with the dolls making their place in the world of designer collectibles. They are perfect as a gift or as an original decorative item in the contemporary home.


  • Hand-painted: The figures are pieces of art, made by specialized craftsmen – and women! hand-painted, so slight imperfections may be present; These are not defects but features that make every piece unique
  • Icons & Trailblazers: The Collection consist of a curated selection of icons and trailblazers of our times that have been reimaged as Kokeshis
  • Collectables: Personal, Thoughtful and Unique; These Kokeshi Figures are collectable design objects for the contemporary home; Perfect as a gift your loved ones – or yourself
Designed by
  • Becky Kemp
Care instructions

Clean with a soft dry cloth.
The product should not be exposed to excessive humidity, heat or direct sunlight to prevent paint from cracking or peeling.