Thomas Kinkade Illuminated Musical Crystal Sledding Snowman

The Painter of Light™ will always be known for his charming landscapes, Christmas village scenes and masterpiece snowmen.

Now Thomas Kinkade’s art inspires Let It Snow, a first-ever crystal sledding snowman figurine brimming with masterpiece features. You’ll delight in the sparkle of genuine crystal and lavish silver plating, as glowing light and holiday music warm your heart!

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Price:$109.99 US

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A handcrafted heirloom classic through and through, this crystal snowman figurine holds a hand-painted sculpted Thomas Kinkade village that lights up at the flip of a switch.

As the faceted crystal shell catches the light in a flurry of reflections, a medley of 8 classic carols adds festive cheer. From his joyous smile and carrot nose to the mirror-like shine of his silver-plated boots, this crystal snowman is irresistible.

Features:

  • Artisan handcrafted of multi-faceted heirloom crystal and lavished with glistening silver plating to create a flurry of dancing reflections
  • A fully-sculpted hand-painted Thomas Kinkade holiday village – including 4 inviting homes, a cobblestone bridge, cheerful villagers and more – is nestled within the snowman’s crystal outer shell
  • Lights up! With the flick of a switch, the village scene comes alive with the warm glow of LED illumination
  • Shiny silver plating gives a mirror-like shine to this crystal snowman figurine’s scarf, mittens, boots and sled, perfectly complementing his bright smile and sparkling personality
  • It’s musical! Plays a medley of 8 caroling classics, including “Jingle Bells,” “Deck the Halls,” “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” and 5 others
  • Elegant wood-toned base includes a silvery plaque inscribed with the title: “Thomas Kinkade Let It Snow”
  • Requires 2 “AA” batteries (not included)
  • Edition limited to 95 firing days, so order now
  • Hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity
  • Measures 8″ H; 20.3 cm H

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