This team mascot holds a sign showing the distance to his team’s fiercest rivals! Handcrafted and hand painted in brilliant Michigan team colors and regalia, this wonderful 12” Rivalry Nutcracker is sure to provide many seasons of pleasure. Overall: 12'' H x 4'' W x 4'' D. Overall Product Weight: 1.3lb.
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You can add a name for a personalized gift players will love. Our 3" porcelain volleyball ornament features a nutcracker who is clearly up for a game. Perfect for individual players, each member of the team, and even the coach, this fun keepsake will be a stylish and stand-out decoration on any Christmas tree and holiday display anyone will be happy to hang year after year.
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This 9 tall, slightly damaged nutcracker was made in Germany. By slightly damaged I mean that half his mustache is missing and the paint on his shoes is chipped. I have priced him according to his issues. Im sure someone will see his worth and hopefully he will add some joy. If you live
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Patrick and Nancy with Gunther Ulbricht beside Nancy and Alexander Taron. No one knows where the first nutcracker was born, or even what he looked like. Various accounts place his date of birth in the 17th or 18th century. His was not a celebrated birth, so perhaps he’s been around much longer.