Nutcracker, Hollywood, Cats in tree Hat

  • Model: CU-22-547


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Hollywood - Cats in Tree Hat Nutcracker

Hollywood Nutcrackers is a whimsical collection of nutcrackers created exclusively for Kurt S. Adler, Inc. and features an assortment of designs that put a unique, vibrant, memorable twist on traditional nutcrackers. This 14-Inch Hollywood Cats In Tree Hat Nutcracker features a red, white and green glittered color scheme, with cats in a Christmas tree hat decorated with green tinsel garland a gold glittered star treetop. This nutcracker is a stunning addition to any holiday decor. 

Designed by Holly Adler 

  • Made of wood solid, resin, wood composite and paint/mica
  • Measures 14 inches
  • Part of Kurt Adler's Hollywood Nutcracker collection
  • Designed by Holly Adler exclusively for Kurt S. Adler, Inc.
  • 14-Inch

About Kurt S. Adler:

Kurt Adler's story begins after the close of World War II when he tried his hand at exporting general goods. As the business grew and European economies began to flourish, he changed direction to importing. In the 1950's, ornaments were first offered. Beautiful handmade angels from East and West Germany found an enthusiastic audience in America. The line was expanded with glass ornaments from Czechoslovakia, hanging ceiling decorations from Germany, and miniature lights from Italy. Suddenly, America was ablaze with festive decorations that offered a European flair. The next decade, Kurt Adler started importing holiday goods from the Far East. Collectors delighted in colorful snowglobes among other items that came alive with movement and innovation. In the 1970's, holiday decorating was transformed into a fashion business with ornaments crafted in country colors. When everyone on the streets of New York was wearing long striped scarves, the popular clothing patterns were redesigned as popular Christmas stockings. During that time, people were captivated by the realistic look of the German Black Forest™ Christmas trees.

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