Description

Noble Nutcrackers
1st in the series.

Bring nature indoors with this woodland styled nutcracker Christmas tree ornament. This regal 1st in series Prince of the Forest is dressed in a green coat trimmed with vines, boughs and berries. Holding a birdfeeder and hosting a pair of red birds, the carved character stands atop a tree stump base and wears a mini Christmas tree hat. A functioning lever on the back opens and closes the nutcracker's mouth.

  • Artist: Terri Steiger
  • Released: 2019 (Ornament Debut)
  • Retail Price: $22.99 USA
  • Material(s): plastic
  • Dimensions: 2" w. x 6" h. x 2.25" d.
  • SKU: QXR9447
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I really like nutcrackers because they’re kind of nostalgic. For a new series, I liked the idea of creating a whole world around each nutcracker–they’ll each be the keeper of their domain, and it gives each of them a story to tell. My favorite element of the first one is the sculpted surface design. It makes him look a little bit Scandinavian or Danish with the minimal colors.

– Terri Steiger

NOTE: Featured on the covers of the 2019 Keepsake Ornament Club Edition Dream Book and the Christmas Everyday, An 18-Month Calendar (July 2019 – December 2020).

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Description

Noble Nutcrackers
1st in the series.

Bring nature indoors with this woodland styled nutcracker Christmas tree ornament. This regal 1st in series Prince of the Forest is dressed in a green coat trimmed with vines, boughs and berries. Holding a birdfeeder and hosting a pair of red birds, the carved character stands atop a tree stump base and wears a mini Christmas tree hat. A functioning lever on the back opens and closes the nutcracker's mouth.

  • Artist: Terri Steiger
  • Released: 2019 (Ornament Debut)
  • Retail Price: $22.99 USA
  • Material(s): plastic
  • Dimensions: 2" w. x 6" h. x 2.25" d.
  • SKU: QXR9447
  • Produced in
  • Production Date(s)

I really like nutcrackers because they’re kind of nostalgic. For a new series, I liked the idea of creating a whole world around each nutcracker–they’ll each be the keeper of their domain, and it gives each of them a story to tell. My favorite element of the first one is the sculpted surface design. It makes him look a little bit Scandinavian or Danish with the minimal colors.

– Terri Steiger

NOTE: Featured on the covers of the 2019 Keepsake Ornament Club Edition Dream Book and the Christmas Everyday, An 18-Month Calendar (July 2019 – December 2020).

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