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Wendt and Kühn Two Girls Tending Their Garden
The music works are made in Switzerland with 18 tones. Switzerland is renown for making the best music boxes in the world.
Wendt and Kühn Two Girls Planting Flowers with a German folksong "Ward ein Blümlein mir geschnket" ("A Flower was Given to Me") about growing flowers.
Created by Grete Wendt - this music box first appeared in the 1933/34 catalog.
Celebrating Spring - this is how to make gardening fun! While the cheerful gardeners are diligently cultivating their flowers they are accompanied by the gentle sound of the music. Using her small trowel the girl in the pink dress has planted the flowers in the ground. Her gardening companion has laid down her rake and quickly waters them.
An exquisite piece of art to be passed on from generation to generation.
WK no. 5318/28A
with a Presentation / Gift Box
Made in Germany
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