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The Gift of Charity

by James C. Christensen

And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is charity.
- I CORINTHIANS 13:13

James C. Christensen’s beautiful Holiday Angel series celebrates gifts worthy of angels—love, peace, life, hope, music—as Christensen inspires us to live life to its full potential. The Gift of Charity is the greatest of gifts, granting us the ability to help others before ourselves; a gift as important during holiday time as it is throughout the year.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Porcelain:
Approximately 6"h.
$95 | $110 CDN | £70 | €100
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Arriving October 2006


Also by James C. Christensen...

Gift of Life
Porcelain

Gift of Knowledge
Porcelain
 




Round John Virgin

by James C. Christensen

If the name of the new addition to James C. Christensen’s beloved Nativity sounds familiar, it’s probably because the Christmas carol Silent Night is humming in your head. It was during a Christmas past that one of the Christensen children misheard one of the song’s lyrics and asked “Who’s round John?” Not missing this creative opportunity, James developed a new character for the crèche, the portly soul aptly named Round John Virgin. And who is this jolly fellow? He’s the innkeeper, doing his best to accommodate this young family and provide them with all the comfort he can on this most celebrated of nights.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Porcelain:
Approximately 6"h.
$125 | $145 CDN | £90 | €130
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Arriving October 2006

 


James C. Christensen's Nativity...



The characters in James C. Christensen’s Nativity pay tribute to those found in a more traditional crèche, while evoking qualities important to James. Each piece represents a different element from the biblical story of the birth of Jesus, but in a distinctly Christensen way.

Many of these pieces are in low inventory or out of stock—ask your dealer about availability today!

Shown above (left to right): Male Angel, Glorianna and the Creche, Mary, Joseph and Jesus, Female Angel, The Shepherd, The Shepherd's Wife and Child, Melchior, Caspar, Balthasar and Darius the Camel.



One Christmas Eve

by Dean Morrissey

This warm and welcoming scene conveys the adage “it is better to give than to receive” as a young girl waits up for Santa to give him a present. What would Santa need most? A globe of course! This child wants to help him find his way to everyone on his route and she is quite confident that this will do the trick. For everyone who loves the giving of gifts more than the getting, this charming limited edition will bring joy for years to come.

Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Giclée Canvas:
limited to 150 s/n.
19"w x 24"h.
$495 | $565 CDN | £320 | €480
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Greenwich Workshop Fine Art Print:
limited to 350 s/n.
16"w x 20"h.
$150 | $170 CDN | £100 | €150
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Arriving October 2006


Also by Dean Morrissey...

Father Christmas
Canvas | Print

Preparing for the Journey
Canvas | Print


Checking It Twice
Canvas | Print