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This four set collection of Santa Claus's can be used as ornaments to hang on your mantle or under hanging to add Holiday Cheer to any room. They come with a beautifully woven red hanger that accents the white bisque color. If you have a very sturdy Christmas Tree, they can then be hung to accent the other decorations. Also, the claw type clasp can easily be removed and they will make excellent table top decorations or centerpieces, there is no limit to where your holiday imagination can put these fantastic bisque looking statues. In addition, each Santa includes one white LED bulb to light the Santa for 90 seconds.
If you have wondered what Santa Claus does at the North Pole all year, Mark Klaus has captured the truth behind the Jolly Ole Man's day to day business in the Working Santa Claus Collection where Santa is shown in exquisite details the chores that must be done on a day to day basis.
If you relate to any of these chores Santa Claus is doing, why not get one and set it next to the area where they are most visible and explain to all your guest how you and Santa Claus have some of the same thing in common.
If you know someone who you know relates to one or more of these tasks, it would be a great Holiday Gift plus it shows that you really care about what they do for family and friends.
Eating Santa Claus: Of course we all know Santa has to eat so this intricately carved figurine shows Santa doing one of the four things that make him Santa. From the front, Santa is eating his cookies and hot chocolate. Just look at the face in one of the images above to see what joy he gets from each and every bite. His hair, eyes, nose and fingers look so real you want to just sit down and enjoy cookies with good Ole Saint Nick.
When you turn the Santa around, you are really in for a treat because carved into this beautifully design masterpiece is Santa's kitchen. In the kitchen is the stove Santa uses to bake his cookies and next to it is one of his jolly ole elf waiting patiently for the next batch to get done.
Quality Control Santa: Have you ever wondered why every toy Santa delivers on Christmas Eve is in perfect condition? This Santa is the Quality Control Santa that checks each of the toys his elves make. As you know, elves can be a little careless so another task Santa does throughout the year is check each and every toy to make sure it is up to Santa's standards before it reaches all the good boys and girls.
Looking at Santa Claus from the front, we see him inspecting the toy train very carefully.Look how deep in concentration he is as he examines the toy for problems and thinking if there is possibly a better way for it to be made. Around his waist is his tool belt in case something needs repairing and all the things like paint, hammer and wood are all at his feet in case he needs them. There is also a box full off toys that are still waiting for his inspection when he is done with the Christmas train inspection.
When you turn the Santa around, you see exactly what you thought you would delicately sculpted into the back of Santa. Yes, his workshop with his elves busy working on the toys need for Santa on Christmas Eve. Remember, each delicate figure and bench is done with the sculptors hand. If you look at the back of Santa's head you will see a train engine in full detail.
List Checking Santa: The next Santa is the one we all know and love, the Santa that checks his list for Good boys and girls and what they want for Christmas. As he checks his list and even twice to see who is naughty or nice, you will see an elf on Santa's arm also checking. From the detail of his pipe in his hand to the many toys around his feet, you get the feeling as if you can look over Santa's shoulder to help him out. Look at all the letters and scrolls around Santa and you know it is quite a job he must perform throughout the year.
When you turn the Santa around, you see the automated gift machine that Santa uses to sort gifts for the children around the world. If you ever wondered how he kept everything separated, now you know. Some of the many details you can see are the elves of course keeping an eye on the machinery, the machine itself and all the gifts falling into Santa's pack. All this is captured by master sculptor Mark Klaus.
Loving Santa: The last thing in Santa's never ending load of work is I believe his favorite, that is when he delivers the toys to the nice children around the world and he gets to see the smile and laughter on their faces.
Looking closely at the front of the Loving Santa you see a Santa face you can never forget. The joy and happiness that is designed into his face can hardly be expressed. Just looking at it, you feel warm inside. And what he is holding in his arms is what is bringing that joy to his face, a little girl in her pajamas holding Santa around the neck with genuine love. If you doubt this, just look at the face of the little girl! The laughter in her face says it all and it is all caught forever in the sculpted piece by Mark Klaus. As you continue to look closely you will also see in amazing detail the Santa doll, teddy bear, top, ginger bread man and much more. Someone is really going to have a great Christmas Morning.
And finally, to sum up this collection of The Working Santa Collection, you turn it around and see the inside of the house of the little girl. You don't see the little girl now because she is again sleeping with visions of sugar plums dancing in her head but you can see the kind of house she lives in as the details almost spring out at you. You see the front door, Christmas Tree, chair and ottamom, table, carper, the scones on the wall, the absolutely stunning details in the drapes and when you look out the window, you see Santa flying off to the next nice persons home in has sleigh filled with toys.
Every detail is hand carved by master sculptor Mark Klaus and in owning this collection, you can say with the other hundreds of thousands who now own it that you have something to cherish every Christmas.