STEINBACH: MAGIC OF NUTCRACKERS – FOR COLLECTOR’S OF NUTCRACKERS

STEINBACH: MAGIC OF NUTCRACKERS - FOR COLLECTOR'S OF NUTCRACKERS If you haven't yet got a nutcracker at home perhaps you will be gripped by the passion of collecting such figures when you read through this booklet. You won't be alone in that. In many places in good old Europe, America and Japan there are both famous individual collectors and Steinbach-Collector-Clubs. The largest collection know to us at present is owned by Claudia Davis in Hayden Lake, USA who has over 5000 which she inherited from her father Hal Davis. I have been able to personally sign many a figure for Hal Davis in the last few decades. What joy, what historical mystique and what enormous value is contained in such a collection! Our colourful wooden companions have forefathers. It has been established that Aristoteles possessed a nutcracker with a leverage around 330 B.C. Old figures from history become collector's items in their special and individual styles. Even nowadays a nutcracker figure is not simply a tool. No, our nutcrackers are symbolic figures. They will help you to "crack the spice of life," Strong, powerful, genuine and loyal like their forefathers over the centuries, they do their duty. Always ready to ward off evil from their owners. They are kind companions, venerable and respectable figures, but never objects of ridicule, as an Eastern ideology claimed for a time. I shouted "hurrah" when our King (F. August III) came. He was loved and respected and incidentally much cheaper than a President today! All our nutcrackers deserve respect--whether it's the old craftsman, hunters, princes, soldiers, pioneers in spirit and deed and technique. It's quite an impressive community which has come together in the Steinbach nutcrackers. The hidden attraction in their wooden hearts quickly grips their owners. Not all the illustrations in the book are now in our current production. They can only be bought for a lot of money and as antiques. Start looking for them now! We wish you great pleasure when collecting our future models.

Steinbach Chubby Dentist German Nutcracker

Steinbach Chubby Dentist German NutcrackerSteinbach Chubby Dentist German Nutcracker

The Steinbach Chubby Dentist German Nutcracker is an example of the rich heritage of Steinbach nutcrackers. One of the few dentists that will make you smile the chubby dentist stands 12.5 inches tall and comes with his own toothbrush and pulled tooth. Rich gold and red tones and handmade details like the medical insignia on his hat are in full supply. This piece is made of genuine high-quality wood has been hand-carved in Germany and is completely painted in freehand. It is a masterpiece and a true collectible for your home

Steinbach Western Cowboy German Nutcracker – Signed

Steinbach Western Cowboy German Nutcracker - Signed

The Steinbach Western Cowboy German Nutcracker is handcrafted exclusively by Steinbach and is wearing a 10 gallon hat and carrying a bandana. He stands over 15 inches tall is also carrying a lasso and has a gunbelt

 

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 NutcrackersEach 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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Steinbach 12 Days of Christmas Nutcracker – Part 6 – Signed

Steinbach 12 Days of Christmas Nutcracker - Part 6 - Signed

This Steinbach 12 days of Christmas Nutcracker is part  6 of the 12 days of Christmas and represents the nine Ladies Dancing

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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Steinbach Cup Cake Baker German Nutcracker – Signed

Steinbach Cup Cake Baker German Nutcracker - Signed

The Steinbach Cup Cake Baker German Nutcracker is baking Holiday goodies. He is dressed in a white bakers cap and red plaid apron and is holding a plate of cupcakes and a rolling pin. Handcrafted by artisans and standing 11 inches tall, he would make an excellent gift or a great addition to your collection.

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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Steinbach St. Nicholas German Nutcracker – Signed

Steinbach St. Nicholas German Nutcracker - Signed

The Steinbach St. Nicholas German Nutcracker is dressed in a red Santa Suit with gold trim and faux white faux fur trimmed cape and carrying a bag with holiday goodies.

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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Steinbach Russian Santa German Nutcracker – Signed

Steinbach Russian Santa German Nutcracker - Signed

This Russian Santa is adorned in a royal robe and and crown holding a red bag full of toys for all the good boys and girls

 

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 NutcrackersEach 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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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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Steinbach Scottish Santa German Nutcracker – Signed

Steinbach Scottish Santa German Nutcracker - Signed

The Scottish Santa Claus Nutcracker is ready for Christmas dressed in a kilt and plaid hat toting a sack full of goodies for all the boys and girls

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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Steinbach Wintertime German Nutcracker – Signed

Steinbach Wintertime German Nutcracker - Signed

This nutcracker is ready for winter with a knitted hat and scarf and a wooden sled and poles in tow.

About Steinbach Nutcrackers:

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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