Valentine's Day is such a special day and Wendt and Kuehn never fails to deliver.
Click on image to find the figure on My Growing Traditions. They will warm your heart and are a wonderful way to celebrate.
New for 2022 is Wendt and Kühn's Angel Musician with Alpenhorn (Alp Horn (alphorn) / Alpine Horn)
The Alpenhorn is a straight wooden horn from 5 to 14 feet long.
When the new Grunhainichen Angel blows into his alphorn its unmistakable sound can be heard over many miles. Originally used as a means of communications in the mountains, the instrument has long since found its way into the hearts of fans of the alpenhorn all over the world.
With its soft, calming tones it enriches both jazz compositions and modern pieces. It is even to be found in classical music.
The Angel comes with either brown or blonde hair and is available here.
At 6-1/4" tall, Wendt and Kühn's Marguerite Angel with Heart and Wooden Candle is unlike all the other Marguerite Angels. She stands alone as a delightful gift for your Valentine.
She comes with a special Wendt and Kühn Presentation / Gift Box.
The Dreamer is very special, with 24-karat Gold-plated butterfly (and for the Limited Edition 24-karat Gold-plated butterfly and base in a splinter box). As Wendt and Kuehn explains: "No-one has expressed the power of positivity more fittingly than that well-known fan of Wendt and Kuehn figurines, the famous Walt Disney himself: 'All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.' And this year's Gold Edition... the Dreamer is truly a perfect dream. When we created the 'Angel with Golden Butterfly' a year ago, little could we have known how symbolic its meaning would be for the times we find ourselves in today. A wonderful gift for small people with big dreams and for grown-ups...." who simply stated, cherish the ability to dream.
Both are available now and you can find them here.
For 2020 Wendt and Kühn has introduced the Angel Musician with Two-Tone Block.
The Two-Tone block is a percussion instrument made of wood, usually teak.
Two-tone blocks became known through early jazz music. It is an instrument that produces its sound through the use of the material from which it is made, without needing strings or a stretched skin. Composers have used two-tone blocks to imitate a variety of effects from horses' hooves to a dripping tap and a ticking clock.
WK no. 650/79 with a Wendt and Kühn Presentation / Gift Box
Made in Germany
Available in Blonde or Brunette hair color.
Now available - shop here
Wendt and Kühn has introduced two exquisite Limited Edition Madonnas with Child.
These figurines are masterpieces made exclusively to order. They are available by SPECIAL ORDER (see the details below) and are 16-1/2" tall. Each year Wendt and Kühn will create only 100 pieces. The label on the underside of the base will show its number out of 100 together with the year it was made. My Growing Traditions is offering them at a savings of $300.00.
The two Madonnas offered are very different in appearance. While the Madonna in the dark-blue richly painted dress exudes elegance, the one with the pale-blue robe touches us with her gentle demeanor. Regardless of which version you choose, the skill and artistry that has gone into their painting means these impressive large figurines represent the master craftsmanship of the Wendt and Kühn workshops like no others.
To order please call My Growing Traditions at 1-877-831-6077 (Eastern Time).
Each extraordinary Madonna will be produced exclusively to order, one by one. These pieces require a very high degree of craftsmanship from the skilled craftsmen and women at the Wendt and Kuehn workshops.
A $750.00 non-refundable deposit will be required. Once ordered this item cannot be canceled, it is limited to 100 pieces per year and if not available it will come the next year. In placing your order you agree to wait for delivery.
Brunette or Blonde hair color may be requested, but is not guaranteed.
It is not known whether Grete Wendt was interested in the Virgin Mary in a religious sense or if she took a more humanistic view of the Madonna as a depiction of a mother and child. What we do know is that she was very taken with a particular painting of the Madonna, the “The Virgin and Child with a Pear”
by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a German painter. A reproduction of this work hung on the wall of her living room.
In the coming years Wendt and Kühn intends to select with great care, and at regular intervals, a number of genuine treasures from their extraordinary treasure trove of designs.