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  1. Red Velvet Mrs. Claus w/ Gelatin Mold

    Red Velvet Mrs. Claus w/ Gelatin Mold

    $73.00

    Mrs. Claus: Mrs. Claus looks her best in her red Christmas dress as she brings out the pudding for dessert after Christmas dinner Learn More
  2. Red Velvet Santa with Train

    Red Velvet Santa with Train

    $73.00

    Santa: Dressed in his classic red velvet suit, this Santa carries a model train that will surely bring a smile to some child’s face on Christmas morning. Learn More
  3. Candy Cane Mrs. Claus

    Candy Cane Mrs. Claus

    $75.00

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    Red stripes and mint flavors were first added to candy canes in the 1900’s. Mrs. Claus’ candy cane tree and basket match her fur coat and striped holiday apron perfectly! Learn More
  4. Candy Cane Santa

    Candy Cane Santa

    $75.00

    Santa Claus carries his own giant candy cane and a sprig of holly that go perfectly with his red velvet jacket and red and white striped holiday vest. Learn More
  5. Gingerbread Mrs. Claus

    Gingerbread Mrs. Claus

    $75.00

    Gingerbread baking is a beloved holiday tradition—everyone gets to make their own cookies, houses, or tree decorations. It looks like Santa and Mrs. Claus have both been busy in the kitchen, too! Learn More
  6. Gingerbread Santa

    Gingerbread Santa

    $75.00

    Gingerbread baking is a beloved holiday tradition—everyone gets to make their own cookies, houses, or tree decorations. It looks like Santa and Mrs. Claus have both been busy in the kitchen, too! Learn More
  7. Old English Mrs. Claus

    Old English Mrs. Claus

    $75.00

    Old English Santa is joined by his wife Mrs. Claus. Dressed in red and green with a great fur collar to keep out the cold, she completes the pair. Learn More
  8. Old English Santa

    Old English Santa

    $77.00

    Dressed in dark red robes and a crown of holly, our Old English Santa bears a lantern to light his way on snowy nights as he delivers presents to children across the land. Learn More
  9. German Santa

    German Santa

    $75.00

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    This Santa bears a wooden nativity and a carved nutcracker, two crafts traditional of the German region of Thuringia. In German-speaking regions, children receive small gifts from St. Nicholas on December 6th who may then pass on a list of wished-for gifts for the Weinachtsmann to bring them on Christmas Eve. Learn More
  10. Gretel

    Gretel

    $69.00

    The story of Hansel and Gretel goes back to old German fairy tales. The tale originally recorded by the Brothers Grimm in 1812 tells the story of a pair of children sent to starve in the woods by their evil stepmother who stumble upon a witch living in a house made out of sweets and gingerbread. Learn More
  11. Hansel

    Hansel

    $69.00

    The story of Hansel and Gretel goes back to old German fairy tales. The tale originally recorded by the Brothers Grimm in 1812 tells the story of a pair of children sent to starve in the woods by their evil stepmother who stumble upon a witch living in a house made out of sweets and gingerbread. Learn More
  12. Camouflage Santa

    Camouflage Santa

    $49.99

    Dressed in camouflage, this Santa would make a great gift idea for friends or family in the military. Learn More
  13. Polish Star Man

    Polish Star Man

    $75.00

    In Poland, Christmas is often called the Festival of the Star. At sunset on Christmas Eve, the youngest children of the house are sent out to watch for the first star to appear in the night sky. Only when they’ve found it, are the candles lit and the holiday meal served. After dinner, the children wait for the arrival of the Star Man and his choir of star children, who give gifts to good children and punish the naughty. Learn More
  14. Polar Girl with Candy Cane

    Polar Girl with Candy Cane

    $57.99

    It’s hard to stay warm at the North Pole, especially around Christmas time. This Polar Girl is bundled up in her festive fur coat to keep out the chill. Learn More
  15. Baboushka

    Baboushka

    $72.00

    Baboushka is a traditional Russian Christmas figure who distributes presents to children. Legend is told that she declined to go with the Wise Men to see Jesus because of the cold weather. However, she regretted not going and set off to try and catch up, filling her basket with presents. She never found Jesus, and that is why she visits each house, leaving toys for good children. Learn More
  16. 12 Days of Christmas:  Partridge in Pear Tree Santa

    12 Days of Christmas: Partridge in Pe...

    $73.00

    On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: a partridge in a pear tree… The Partridge in a Pear Tree represents Jesus. Learn More
  17. Woman with Gingerbread

    Woman with Gingerbread

    $73.00

    Gingerbread has always been a family holiday tradition when everyone gets together to make cookies, houses, or even tree decorations. Hair and eye colors will vary. Learn More
  18. Man Selling Candy Canes

    Man Selling Candy Canes

    $64.99

    What Christmas would be complete without a peppermint candy cane? This sweet seller has brought an armful of candy canes out to the street for the children. Learn More
  19. Girl with Glass Ornaments

    Girl with Glass Ornaments

    $69.00

    The 2013 Cries of London is selling beautiful blown glass Christmas ornaments. He is accompanied by a family buying ornaments for their tree. Learn More
  20. Boy with Glass Ornaments

    Boy with Glass Ornaments

    $69.00

    The 2013 Cries of London is selling beautiful blown glass Christmas ornaments. He is accompanied by a family buying ornaments for their tree. Learn More
  21. Native American Woman

    Native American Woman

    $73.00

    This Native American Woman wears colorful beads and carries her child on her back in a traditional papoose. Learn More
  22. Native American Man

    Native American Man

    $73.00

    Our Native American Man carries a basket of maize to the Thanksgiving feast. Learn More
  23. Native American Girl

    Native American Girl

    $71.00

    In 1621, after reaping their first harvest, the Pilgrims celebrated the fruits of their labor with fellow Colonists and Native American friends at a three-day feast. Learn More
  24. Native American Boy

    Native American Boy

    $71.00

    In 1621, after reaping their first harvest, the Pilgrims celebrated the fruits of their labor with fellow Colonists and Native American friends at a three-day feast. Learn More

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