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Jim Shore 4003272 SANTA 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
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Jim Shore 4003272 SANTA 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

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Sold Date: 11/11/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



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Jim Shore - 2004 Artist of the Year NALED National Association of Limited Edition Dealers. Item 4003272. Self taught artist Jim Shore uses his knowledge of folk art to create a new expression of American country decor. His eye for detail and strong design sense are given shape in the Heartwood Creek collection. Jim Shore's folksy Heartwood Creek line includes a blizzard of well-dressed snowmen and Santas. Each Jim Shore figure features hand painted details with a distressed-wood look. Made of solid stone resin. Stands 12inches tall. Item is brand new with original box.

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Master sculptor and painter Jim Shore draws on his southern country upbringing to create wonderfully detailed collections in a variety of media. Brightly crafted, down to earth, every charming piece has heart warming appeal. With his diverse background and experience in engineering, silver and goldsmithing, stained glass making, and stone and wood carving, Jim Shore has become an accomplished artist. He has created portraits for the governments of both North and South Carolina, and is the creator of the popular pencil Santa line he changed the look of Santa in the early 1990s.

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