The mining industry helped the Erzgebirge become very wealthy. The next steps are painting the different body parts and then assembling them to a nutcracker. That made the Steinbach nutcrackers unique and increased the collectability and later on greatly increased the value of many items. Steinbach was a famous architect and built the Muenster Dome in Strasbourg France during the 13th century. His energetic face makes him look very powerful and helps you crack the toughest nuts in life. The edible material within the shell is known as the kernel. This view first gained currency in the 16th century The Chubby series continues to be very popular, and the rich colors and detail on this classic figure are wonderful.
Without the expert advice and planning of the Forester, the balance of the forests as well as the creation of the nutcrackers could not be achieved. KAES Tchaikovsky - Steinbach Nutcracker "Nutcracker Suite" Series Tchaikovsky himself becomes the fifth release in this series of nutcrackers which will surely include all the major characters from his most famous ballet. His ladybug friend, who is perched on his hat, is also considered a symbol of good luck. In a charming green cloak with a feather in his cap, the Forester carries a stick as well as a basket of mushrooms. Perfect for Wizard of Oz fans and collectors, the Cowardly Lion is featured here in a regal cape and crown with accessories and details that make him special and unmistakable: his long, curly mane, a flower at his feet, and his courage badge. In the middle ages the minstrel would travel from town to town providing entertainment to the King. Steinbach Collector's Club Nutcracker Series.
This six inch mini nutcracker is ready to work with his pinecone brush and ladder. Like all Steinbach creations, she is crafted in Germany with the finest care and attention to detail. Licensed Nutcrackers. Steinbach Nutcrackers.
Description: Popular occupations here include lumbering, papermaking, woodworking and of course the manufacturing of watches, cuckoo clocks and other mechanical toys. The New Steinbach firm added the evil Mouse King in followed with the 5th nutcracker in this series, Tchaikovsky in He represents the most important member of society. In his hand he holds a Stop — Go sign. The Clown ES Nutcracker.