Category: Carolers

Byers' Choice Carolers: Handmade Figurines for Christmas and Other Holidays

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  1. Family with Instruments Girl

    Family with Instruments Girl

    $72.00

    Richly colored velvets and resplendent plaid fabrics sophisticate this musical family. Learn More
  2. Family with Instruments Man

    Family with Instruments Man

    $72.00

    Richly colored velvets and resplendent plaid fabrics sophisticate this musical family. Learn More
  3. Family with Instruments Woman

    Family with Instruments Woman

    $72.00

    Richly colored velvets and resplendent plaid fabrics sophisticate this musical family. Learn More
  4. Irish Santa

    Irish Santa

    $75.00

    This Santa is donning his Irish pride with a green velvet cape decorated with traditional shamrocks — a popular symbol of Ireland. Learn More
  5.  Woman with Daffodils

    Woman with Daffodils

    $70.00

    Daffodils are a welcoming sign of Spring! This lovely lady is clothed in fresh Spring greens as she gathers flowers for her home. Learn More
  6. Colonial Girl with Birdhouse

    Colonial Girl with Birdhouse

    $69.00

    Our Colonial Spring Girl carries a simple birdhouse sure to make one lucky bird very happy! Learn More
  7. Colonial Flower Woman

    Colonial Flower Woman

    $72.00

    This Colonial Flower Woman loves Spring and the singing of the winter-resident birds is among the first signs that Spring is around the corner. She carries a traditional clay bird bottle, which has made a happy home for small birds since 1699. Learn More
  8. Camel

    Camel

    $65.00

    Retailers Only

    Often depicted in the manger scene, the Camel joins the Nativity series in 2014. Available 9/10/14 Learn More
  9. Coach

    Coach

    $220.00

    Travel in the 1800s was very different than it is today. Without cars, people traveled by foot, horse or stagecoach. In 1861, Mark Twain describes the stagecoach in his book “Roughing It” as a cradle on wheels. In fact, because of its unique construction, the stagecoach rocked as it moved instead of bouncing on steel springs. However, many of Twain’s fellow travelers might have disagreed — poor weather, uneven roads, and the fear of bandits made stagecoach travel anything but comfortable! Learn More
  10. Horse

    Horse

    $45.00

    Travel in the 1800s was very different than it is today. Without cars, people traveled by foot, horse or stagecoach. In 1861, Mark Twain describes the stagecoach in his book “Roughing It” as a cradle on wheels. In fact, because of its unique construction, the stagecoach rocked as it moved instead of bouncing on steel springs. However, many of Twain’s fellow travelers might have disagreed — poor weather, uneven roads, and the fear of bandits made stagecoach travel anything but comfortable! Available 8/10/14. Learn More
  11. Chimney Sweep

    Chimney Sweep

    $73.00

    In Great Britain, it is considered lucky for a bride to see a chimney sweep on her wedding day. Legend is told that in the year 1066, King William of Britain was saved by a chimney sweep, who pushed him out of the way of a runaway horse and carriage. As a reward, the king invited the chimney sweep to his daughter’s wedding. Ever since, it has been considered to be good luck to have a chimney sweep at a wedding or special event! Available 7/15/14 Learn More
  12. Coachman

    Coachman

    $73.00

    Travel in the 1800s was very different than it is today. Without cars, people traveled by foot, horse or stagecoach. In 1861, Mark Twain describes the stagecoach in his book “Roughing It” as a cradle on wheels. In fact, because of its unique construction, the stagecoach rocked as it moved instead of bouncing on steel springs. However, many of Twain’s fellow travelers might have disagreed — poor weather, uneven roads, and the fear of bandits made stagecoach travel anything but comfortable! Available 7/15/14. Learn More

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