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Beautifully crafted in cold cast bronze, this traditional Christmas scene incorporates Father Christmas and his bag of toys leaving the scene after filling the stockings for Christmas. The words 'Not a creature was stirring not even a mouse' crafted into the front of the scene this Christmas display would make a wonderful gift.
Made from cold cast bronze resin and hand finished to perfection.
Fully felted on the bottom to protect surfaces. Solid and weighty figurine. Incredible detail.
Part of the Christmas collection from Genesis Fine Arts: producing high quality giftware for over 20 years now.
Includes info card. Nicely boxed.
AUTUMN 2017 RELEASE
25 cm tall (10 inches). 25 cm wide (10 inches). 13 cm depth.
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