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$43.99

Christian Ulbricht ornament - toy soldier - made in Germany. Also see item #32-336 for soldier nutcracker in natural finish.Dimens...ions: 1 x 0.75 x 3.5 read more

Ulbricht
$45.99

* Made in Germany * Hand painted and crafted by Christian Ulbricht * Dim: 2.5" x 1" x 2.75" * Also see #10 0215 or 10 0311 Cuckoo ...Clock. read more

Ulbricht
$41.99

Christian Ulbricht ornament - Santa with tree and sled in yellow star shape with red star on top - made in GermanyDimensions: 3 x ...1 x 3 read more

Ulbricht
$122.99 $112.60

Scotsman nutcracker with miniature set of bagpipes9-inch height. The Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 years. Intric...ately painted plaid kilt and Scottish hat. Painstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alike. Hand-crafted in Germany. Techniques have been handed down over many generations. The Story of UlbrichtWood-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. Celebrate your Scottish heritage this holiday season with the magnificent Ulbricht Scotsman nutcracker. You'll appreciate the 300 years of quality synonymous with Ulbricht craftsmanship. The nutcracker is hand painted and hand crafted from fine wood. The Scotsman features a red, white and black kilt, bag pipes and a green tam with a traditional pompom. He stands at the ready on a natural wood platform. From his furry hair and beard to his bright blue shirt, this nutcracker will be one that you will cherish. read more

Ulbricht
$107.99

White snowman nutcracker topped with a black hat8.5-inch height. The Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 years. Displa...yed holding a small bunch of twigs. Painstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alike. Hand-crafted in Germany. Techniques have been handed down over many generations. The Story of UlbrichtWood-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. You don't have to go to the meadow to build this snowman, the artisans at Ulbricht have done the work for you. This exquisitely detailed handmade and hand-painted 8.5-inch wooden snowman nutcracker features a jovial expression complete with rosy cheeks, a cheerful orange plaid bow, and a small bunch of twigs, making him the perfect traditional accent to your holiday decorations. Sure to delight both children and adults, you can set him on your mantel or by your fireplace with the assurance he won't melt away. read more

Ulbricht
$75.99 $66.99

Miniature Shepard nutcracker with a staff6-inch height. The Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 years. Topped with an ...authentic looking rope-trimmed hat. Painstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alike. Hand-crafted in Germany. The Story of UlbrichtWood-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. Holidays and nutcrackers have always been a magical combination, which is what makes this ornament so appealing. Depicting a shepherd tending to a lone sheep, this nutcracker will fit easily into your collection. It is constructed from seasoned wood, using ancient woodturning techniques, and then carefully hand-painted for a unique finish that will look great on your mantel. Its sturdy base keeps it erect, so you won't need to worry about it tipping over. Embellished with a rope, this 2006 edition nutcracker will make a great gift. read more

Ulbricht
$122.99 $101.84

Hand-detailed wooden nutcracker with a pint of beer9-inch height. The Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 years. Hand-...painted with an expressive and knowing grin. Painstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alike. Hand-crafted in Germany. Techniques have been handed down over many generations. The Story of UlbrichtWood-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. You'd think it was Octoberfest all over again when you display this hand-made German Beer Drinker nutcracker made by Ulbrict. The piece is hand-painted with vibrant colors to make it suitable for display, and includes traditional clothing and a large mug of beer to enjoy. Ulbricht has been carving wood for hundreds of years, and the experience shows in the level of detail placed in the piece. At 9-inches in height, it can be easily displayed alone or with other nutcrackers from the yearly Ulbricht collections. read more

Ulbricht
$122.99

Musician nutcracker with expressive smile and bushy hair9.5-inch heightThe Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 yearsDe...tailed with a green hat and mini accordionPainstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alikeHand-crafted in GermanyTechniques have been handed down over many generations. The Story of UlbrichtWood-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. From the tip of his perky green cap to the bottom of his lederhosen, this adorable Tyrolean musician nutcracker oozes craftsmanship and Austrian charm. He's made by the Ulbricht family of artisans, which means he's got more than 300 years of crafting history in his back pocket. Hand-made and painted, the quality is exceptional and belongs in any holiday collection. read more

Ulbricht
$66.99

Miniature Shepard nutcracker with a staff6-inch heightThe Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 yearsTopped with an auth...entic looking rope-trimmed hatPainstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alikeHand-crafted in Germany 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. read more

Ulbricht
$121.99

White snowman nutcracker topped with a black hat8.5-inch heightThe Ulbricht tradition has been passed down for 300 yearsDisplayed ...holding a small bunch of twigsPainstakingly hand-painted so no two are exactly alikeHand-crafted in GermanyTechniques have been handed down over many generations 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. read more

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