A Christmas tradition for over 35 years, each Byers Choice figure is handcrafted by a team of over 80 skilled artisans in Pennsylvania. The attention to detail, traditional themes and poses are what makes Byers Choice a beloved Christmas tradition. No two are alike and will vary slightly in body and facial positions, hair and eye color, as well as fabrics and trims. This variation make each a one-of-a-kind work of art. A CHRISTMAS CLASSIC – A dapperly dressed family sells glass Christmas ornaments down on the village green. Mom is dressed in a long skirt accented with a plaid shawl and delicate cap and holds glass ornaments in hand while balancing a basket of ornaments atop her head. Dad is dressed in a handsome blue jacket, plaid scarf and hat and holds a large Christmas stocking ornament. Brother and sister both hold traditional glass ornaments. Masterfully hand sculpted and painted with beautifully expressive clay faces, each figure is dressed and accessorized entirely by hand. Mother and Father measures approximately 13″H. The boy and girl measure approximately 10″H. Sold as a set of four: one each of four styles.

Product Features

  • A CHRISTMAS CLASSIC – A dapperly dressed family sells glass Christmas ornaments down on the village green. Mom is dressed in a long skirt accented with a plaid shawl and delicate cap and holds glass ornaments in hand while balancing a basket of ornaments atop her head. Dad is dressed in a handsome blue jacket, plaid scarf and hat and holds a large Christmas stocking ornament. Brother and sister both hold traditional glass ornaments.
  • Masterfully hand sculpted and painted with beautifully expressive clay faces, each figure is dressed and accessorized entirely by hand.
  • Mother and Father measures approximately 13″H. The boy and girl measure approximately 10″H.
  • Sold as a set of four: one each of four styles.
  • Each a handcrafted work of art and will vary slightly.

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