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Now Available from Wendt and Kühn, Gold Edition No. 12 /The Companion with a 24-karat Gold-plated Pocket Watch

Posted on July 05, 2019 | 0 Comments

New for 2019 - Wendt and Kühn Gold Edition No. 12. Grünhainichen Angel / The Companion - with a 24-karat Gold-plated Pocket Watch and chain.

Holding his costly gold pocket watch firmly in his hand he is able to slow down time, just a little. Calmly, he accompanies us through many a hectic day and reminds us to make time for the really important things - a guide to escort us through time, and to guard those treasured moments.

Since 2009, Wendt and Kühn has crafted a series of figurines with accessories that are 24 karat gold-plated. 

This Wendt and Kühn Grünhainichen Angel comes with the hair color of your choice - Blonde or Brunette - and in a Wendt and Kühn Presentation / Gift Box

The Companion is also available in a Limited Edition (of 22,222 pieces) with a 24-karat Gold-plated pocket watch and base in a Splinter Box.

Special editions to your Wendt and Kühn collection.

Posted in Angels, German Folk Art, Wendt and Kühn

Wendt and Kuehn's New for 2019 Angels with Crown Ooze Charm

Posted on May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

We have just received Wendt and Kuehn's new offering - three Angels with a Crown - and we find ourselves oohing and aahing.  They are simply delightful.

with Small Trumpet

                              

                        with Star and Fruit                        with Gift and Star

Their wings are blue with a flower on each wing. One can envision them leading a birthday parade or adding a simple, albeit colorful, touch to any celebration.

My Growing Traditions is Moving to Michigan

Posted on April 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

My Growing Traditions is having a spring adventure. We are moving from Maine to Ann Arbor, Michigan. We will be back online on 6 May. Anything ordered during this moving period will ship on 6 May.

We thank you for your patience!

 

 

Inge-Glas German Christmas Ornament Sale - Save 50%

Posted on January 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

You are going to want to take advantage of our Inge-Glas Christmas ornament Sale to add to your collection and save 50%. Inge-Glas of Germany is the oldest glass Christmas ornament company in the world (since 1596). Their ornaments are mouth-blown and hand-painted and they are simply exquisite!

Find the Sale here - Inge-Glas Christmas Ornament Sale - Save 50%.

Don't miss out!  

Posted in Angels, Birds, Christmas Legends, Christmas Traditions, Fairy Tales, German Christmas, German Folk Art, German Traditions, Gnomes and Pixies, Inge-Glas, Sale, Santa

Travel with your Globetrotter

Posted on January 09, 2019 | 0 Comments

Wendt & Kühn is offering a drawing for a prize of one of ten of the 2019 next Gold Edition Angel. Read the details below...

Globetrotter on tour

ONCE AROUND THE WHOLE WORLD …

Travel stands for a spirit of adventure and discovery, it opens our eyes and teaches us tolerance. Whether you are travelling near or far, to exotic lands or to find yourself. The new Gold Edition from Wendt & Kühn, the Globetrotter, aims to discover the world – accompanied by you! Simply photograph your Globetrotter in well-known locations or in front of tourist attractions around the globe and upload your picture directly to our website by 01 August 2019.

As a thank-you we will enter all participants into a prize draw to win one of ten examples of the next Gold Edition. Want to know more? You will find all the details here and see all the wonderful places the Globetrotter has discovered.

Find your Globetrotter here - Gold Edition No. 11. Grünhainichen Angel / The Globetrotter - with a 24-karat Gold-plated Suitcase.  

or the Globetrotter in a Splinter Box with a Gold-Plated Base.   

Good luck and Happy Travels!

Posted in Angels, German Folk Art, Wendt and Kühn

Happy New Year!

Posted on December 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

My Growing Traditions sends you wishes for the Happiest of New Years!

Posted in German Folk Art, Wendt and Kühn

Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings!

Posted on December 25, 2018 | 0 Comments

by Tasha Tudor
and a Happy New Year!

Posted in Christmas Traditions, Trees

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