Send your Child a Letter from Santa

Letters from Santa are postmarked from the North Pole and kids really love getting their letter from Santa.

For the most skeptical child, you may need the CSI Santa Evidence kit that leaves clues behind that Santa truly visited during the night. The kit includes Santa’s glasses, glove, drivers license and a Santa boot print kit. I have even included some special Reindeer corn for your child to feed the traveling reindeer.

2011 Steinbach Father Christmas Signed German Nutcracker

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2011 Signed Steinbach Princess Sissi German Nutcracker


2011 Signed Steinbach Princess Sissi German Nutcracker Check out 2011 Signed Steinbach Princess Sissi German Nutcracker

  • Decorative nutcracker in Princess Sissi costume
  • Made of wood, faux fur, and rhinestones
  • Stands 16 inches tall
  • Made in Germany
  • 2011 signed Steinbach edition

2011 Signed Steinbach Christmas Elf German Nutcracker

2011 Signed Steinbach Christmas Elf German Nutcracker 2011 Signed Steinbach Christmas Elf German Nutcracker

 

  • Decorative nutcracker in Christmas elf costume
  • Made of wood and faux fur
  • Stands 16 inches tall
  • Made in Germany
  • 2011 signed Steinbach edition

2011 Signed Steinbach Fisherman German Nutcracker

2011 Signed Steinbach Fisherman German Nutcracker Check out 2011 Signed Steinbach Fisherman German Nutcracker

 

Decorative wooden collectible nutcracker dressed in hunting attire and carrying a fishing pole. He stands 16 inches tall and is a 2011 signed Steinbach edition nutcracker

Signed Steinbach Mrs. Santa German Nutcracker

Steinbach Mrs. Santa German Nutcracker - SignedMrs. Claus nutcracker is helping Santa get ready for Christmas. She is dressed in red with a white bonnet and apron with a lace trim. Handcrafted in Germany, each nutcracker is truly unique.

 

About Steinbach:

Steinbach is recognized for the unique design of its wood-carved creations developed many years ago by Herr Christian Steinbach. The Steinbach family started making nutcrackers and other items in the 1800s in the Alpine regions of Germany. The tradition of creating hand-carved Steinbach German Nutcrackers is carried on by the Steinbach family which remains responsible for the product concept development design manufacture and quality control at the Hohenhameln factory in the northern region of Germany.Steinbach items are highly collectible. If you are starting a new collection or adding to your existing collection you will love these unique masterpieces. These treasured collectibles are handed down from generation to generation.

The Making of Steinbach Nutcrackers

Each Steinbach nutcracker is produced using up to 130 separate procedures. Genuine hardwood is cut and shaped into specific sizes and parts. The wood is then turned by hand using an ancient process that creates smooth clean surfaces. The pieces are lathed polished and drilled before they are turned over to experienced craftsmen who prime and spray them repeatedly alternating the process with drying to produce an even tone. Carving comes next; wood-carving artisans use knives and finely honed skill to add personality and detail to the pieces. Finally the painters take over; trained German artists paint these nutcrackers freehand. The result is a truly unique one-of-a-kind product that is a must-have for collectors and art lovers alike.

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Ulbricht Natural King Nutcracker


Ulbricht Natural King Nutcracker
The Story of Ulbricht Wood-turning on lathes the Ulbricht grand tradition can be traced back to the small German mining town of Seiffen in the mountains of the Erzgebirge. Records document the Ulbricht family as wood turners from the 1700s.Otto Ulbricht a professional wood turner who started his own business in 1928 built a new factory in 1934. After World War II when the area became the East German Zone and private industry was taken out of the hands of individuals Otto took his family across the border where they resettled in the Bavarian town of Lauingen near Augsburg. Once settled with his Erzgebirge wood-turning traditions transplanted to Bavaria Otto began again.When Otto died in 1968 his son Christian Ulbricht now in charge of the family enterprise continued those time-honored traditions. In 1978 Christian expanded his thinking and developed a new company which he named Holzkunst Christian Ulbricht.In the early 1990s when East and West re-unified and Germany once again became one nation Christian brought back to the family the factory in Seiffen begun by his father so many years ago. Today the company operates out of both locations.Now in its third generation the Ulbricht family continues to produce wood-turned products of the finest quality. In addition to an extensive line nutcrackers there are incense burners music boxes figurines pyramids and ornaments geared for Christmas and Easter.Traditions are very important to Ulbricht. Not only those that strengthen ties to the land and to family but also those that continue the traditions of excellence in production that date back 300 years.

 

Signed Steinbach Chubby Reindeer German Nutcracker

2011 Signed Steinbach Chubby Reindeer German Nutcracker Our Chubby Reindeer is a true collectible Steinbach Nutcracker sporting a ski cap atop his reindeer antlers. Handcrafted in Germany

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Ulbricht Traditional Mouse King Nutcracker

Ulbricht Traditional Mouse King Nutcracker The Mouse King Nutcracker depicts a villainous figure from the Nutcracker Suite. He comes to you clad in a vibrant red soldier’s uniform with green accents gold epaulets and a sword. Nutcrackers make wonderful presents; both charming and functional these familiar holiday staples bring charm and delight to the holidays.

Display them on a shelf for that festive touch or get the party started by cracking open a selection of seasonal nuts. Hand-crafted from solid wood this nutcracker has been hand-painted in Germany with a vibrant array of colors. It stands 15.5 inches tall. Spruce up your own holiday decorations with this fresh take on a genuine classic or present your loved one neighbor or colleague with a timeless and unforgettable gift.

The Story of Ulbricht:

Wood-turning on lathes the Ulbricht grand tradition can be traced back to the small German mining town of Seiffen in the mountains of the Erzgebirge. Records document the Ulbricht family as wood turners from the 1700s.

Otto Ulbricht a professional wood turner who started his own business in 1928 built a new factory in 1934. After World War II when the area became the East German Zone and private industry was taken out of the hands of individuals Otto took his family across the border where they resettled in the Bavarian town of Lauingen near Augsburg.

Once settled with his Erzgebirge wood-turning traditions transplanted to Bavaria Otto began again.When Otto died in 1968 his son Christian Ulbricht now in charge of the family enterprise continued those time-honored traditions.

In 1978 Christian expanded his thinking and developed a new company which he named Holzkunst Christian Ulbricht.In the early 1990s when East and West re-unified and Germany once again became one nation Christian brought back to the family the factory in Seiffen begun by his father so many years ago. Today the company operates out of both locations.Now in its third generation the Ulbricht family continues to produce wood-turned products of the finest quality. In addition to an extensive line nutcrackers, there are incense burners, music boxes, figurines, pyramids and ornaments geared for Christmas and Easter.
Traditions are very important to Ulbricht. Not only those that strengthen ties to the land and to family, but also those that continue the traditions of excellence in production that date back 300 years.

 

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Ulbricht Limited Edition Mouse King Nutcracker

Ulbricht Limited Edition Mouse King Nutcracker with regal clothing

This mouse king nutcracker is dressed in a regal purple embroidered vest with a lace collared cape and gold crown.

The Story of Ulbricht:
Wood-turning on lathes the Ulbricht grand tradition can be traced back to the small German mining town of Seiffen in the mountains of the Erzgebirge. Records document the Ulbricht family as wood turners from the 1700s.Otto Ulbricht a professional wood turner who started his own business in 1928 built a new factory in 1934.
After World War II when the area became the East German Zone and private industry was taken out of the hands of individuals Otto took his family across the border where they resettled in the Bavarian town of Lauingen near Augsburg. Once settled with his Erzgebirge wood-turning traditions transplanted to Bavaria Otto began again.When Otto died in 1968 his son Christian Ulbricht now in charge of the family enterprise continued those time-honored traditions. In 1978 Christian expanded his thinking and developed a new company which he named Holzkunst Christian Ulbricht.In the early 1990s when East and West re-unified and Germany once again became one nation Christian brought back to the family the factory in Seiffen begun by his father so many years ago. Today the company operates out of both locations.Now in its third generation the Ulbricht family continues to produce wood-turned products of the finest quality. In addition to an extensive line nutcrackers there are incense burners music boxes figurines pyramids and ornaments geared for Christmas and Easter.Traditions are very important to Ulbricht. Not only those that strengthen ties to the land and to family but also those that continue the traditions of excellence in production that date back 300 years.
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