Town Hall clock Krakow nativity by competition artist Frejtag

Town Hall clock Krakow nativity by competition artist Frejtag

$109.95

2 in stock

Krarkow Nativity creche with three levels, very detailed embellished with pearls and swarovski crystals.

2 in stock

Description

9  1/2 x 5 x 2 1/4″

Very detailed szopka by competition participant Frejtag. On  a raised platform surrounded by gold trim with Swarovski crystals over shiny green is the two levels nativity. The lower platform is cordoned by golden chain topped with pearls.  In a chamber between two side parlors each with beautiful stained windows is the  the Holy Family under arched columns trimmed with silver balls and blue stars with Swarosvki crystals in the center and big  green and red shinning star. On the second level are two  church towers with beautiful stained windows on a balcony with golden railing. In between the two church tower are silver rooms supporting a third tower with gold check pattern. On either side of the central tower on a green roof is a blue flower with Swarovski crystal in the center.  On the third level are three church towers  the middle one with the round windows of the St. Mary Basilica from where the hourly bugle call is performed, marked by a circle of crystals.  They culminate with two side green steeples each decorated with gold diamond design with blue dot in the center, above a row of silver flowers with red dots center, and sporting the red and white Polish flag,  and the famous crowned steeple of the St. Mary basilica in the middle, topped with  double crown  green and golden culminating in blue ball sporting the   national eagle on top.

The nativities vary slightly in the coloration, bead colors etc. making each one unique.

The Krakow nativities offered by daPolonia.com are all made by the same artists that take part in the yearly Krakow nativities competition. They are created using the same material and techniques employed to create the originals that took part in the competition Many of the nativities offered are copies of nativities that were entered into the competition, many of which are part of the collection of the Krakow Museum in Krakow Poland, which has been administrating the competition since 1946, and which mounts a show of the Krakow nativities after the competition takes place.
These copies of the nativities are sometimes made in more than one size enabling the customer to have a nativity of the right size for their home or office.
These UNESCO designated world heritage nativities are genuine works of art, that would become a family heirloom