Handcrafted Wood Folk Art Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus - Beaver Creek, Beaman, IA Here are Mr. & Mrs. Santa Claus. They are made of wood and their painted finish has been buffed to give them an old folk art look. These figures were hand crafted in the small town of Beaman, Iowa, back in the early 1980’s in a small woodworking shop called BEAVER CREEK (which was originally known as Wolf Creek Woodworking). Mr. Claus (aka Santa) is 9-1/2” tall x 3-3/4” wide x 2-1/2” front to back. His arms are moveable. The company’s name is burnt into the wooden bottom along with the signature of the person who painted it (Irene Ballard). Mrs. Claus stands 8-1/8” tall x 3-1/2” wide x 2-1/4” front to back. Here arms are moveable. The company’s name is burnt into the wooden bottom. It is not signed by the painter. Aside from being on display during the month of December each year these figures have been stored away in a box in the closet so they are in very good condition. If you win the bid on these I will get them shipped out to you immediately so that you can enjoy them for the rest of the month. Shipping will be by USPS mail Parcel Post mail at a cost of $9.50 in the continental USA.
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