An intimate rendering of quiet tenderness and humility, this Holy Family Willow Tree® Figurine is an emotional depiction of the first Christmas. Painted by hand, this resin nativity sculpture features Mary seated, holding baby Jesus as Joseph lovingly looks on, his hand calmly hovered over his son's head. Originally designed by textile artist Susan Lordi, this holy family figurine is an ideal holiday decoration for those who have limited space or wish to display a nativity year-round. Perfectly suited for any tabletop, desktop or console this cherished nativity scene would be a welcome addition to any holiday décor.
To bring a more lifelike touch to the nativity sculpture, Susan Lordi also designed this set of four Manger Animals Willow Tree Figurines. Easily fitting the small, intimate scale of the Holy Family, this detailed manger animal set includes two sheep, a donkey and a goat. Crafted from resin and hand painted for detail, each animal's head, ears and stance express watchful attentiveness.
To complete the heavenly picture, place this pierced-metal Willow Tree Manger Sculpture behind the Manger Animals and Holy Family figurine. Curved to allow it to stand, the manger's single sheet of metal features repetitive swirling, concentric mark-making suggestive of twinkling stars at night. The roof is an intertwined, organic piece that suggests a bower of twigs or branches. For a luminous touch, set a few tealights or votives behind the backdrop and watch as soft beams of light shine through the metalworking. Manger can also be used as a beautiful backdrop for other angels or figurines as well.
• Willow Tree® Holy Family Sculpture, Manger Animals and Manger
• Mary holding baby Jesus, Joseph stands
• Manger Animals include two sheep, one donkey, one goat
• Hand painted resin
• Manger is single sheet of punched-metal
• Ideal tabletop or desktop nativity
Holy Family 3½"W x 3¼"D x 7½"H
Manger Animals tallest 3"H
Manger 8¾"W x 1½"D x 9½"H
Hi there ______,
A little bird told us ______ would be thrilled to find this under the Christmas tree (wink wink).
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