MAROLIN Christmas Cart With Lucky Pig

VFA Nr. MM651

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Papier-mâché Made in Germany
Seasons: Christmas, Winter

A lucky charm pig as the drawing animal ununsual but see Christmas is shortly before New Years Eve. The handcrafted cart is decorated with a garland of goose feathers and a brass bell from the 1930s. Santas beard and hair are made of hemp and he is dressed in a red felt jacket. His right hand carries a goose feather twig his left hand holds a whip. The cart is filled with a sack full of presents and a big packet. All parts are covered with a light icing of glass mica.

About Marolin Manufaktur

Founded in 1900, Richard Mahr of Steinach, Germany created the finely detailed papier-mâché figurines that have since become internationally known and collected. Marolin figurines are hand composed using a combination of kaolin, chalk, paper fibers, organic paste, and clay before being hand poured and painted. These figurines, not unlike Vaillancourt’s Chalkware, are known for their artistic quality and detail.