Lenox Coffee Tea and Me Snowman Ornament
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    Remind holiday guests to have some season-appropriate fun this Christmas with a figurine inspired by American folk art traditions. From Jim Shore.
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    The tradition of the Christmas pyramid began in the Ore Mountains of the Erzgebirge region of Germany, where the art of making toys out of wood has been a local industry since 1700. Miners-turned-woodworkers based the shape of this pyramid on the whim—a simple engine once used to move ore to the surface. In artist Joan Anderson's version of the traditional pyramid, the rising heat of candles revolves the propeller, putting the skating reindeer into motion. Each handcrafted pyramid is made of local beech, birch and maple trees that are harvested especially for making toys and Christmas decorations. Drawn to Scandinavian simplicity, clean graphic style, pure colors and the four seasons, Anderson approaches each of her designs with a sense of wonder and whimsy.

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