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The North Pole Palace Figurine 805541

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At the very top of the world, we find the distinguished new home of Santa and Mrs. Claus, The North Pole Palace.

The North Pole Palace Figurine 805541

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At the very top of the world, we find the distinguished new home of Santa and Mrs. Claus, The North Pole Palace. The palace was built around the actual North Pole, which is left prominent in the front court yard and topped with an NP monogram final. Long time fans to the North Pole Series will recognize architectural details inspired by Santa's previous homes, The North Pole Workshop from 1990 and Route One, Home to Santa and Mrs. Claus from 1996. Similar features include the sweeping roof line with red tile shingles, stucco and stone construction, and heavy, wooden, arched front door. Additional features to their new home, including gingerbread detailing, snowflake finials, and 3 fanciful tower turrets, give this home a proper castle-like appearance. The highest tower, complete with 360 degree windows, is used by Santa throughout the year to watch all of the good girls and boys around the world. Includes North Pole icon, the red bin of firewood, and large double door in back, allowing for easy sleigh storage.The North Pole SeriesTM was inspired by the enduring legend of Santa Claus. Here, Santa and his elves busily prepare all sorts of toys for children everywhere. This hand-painted porcelain series began in 1990 and includes brightly colored buildings and fun-loving elves living in an enchanting frozen kingdom where snow never melts and Christmas never ends. Designed and manufactured exclusively for Department 56.
 
Product Specifications:
  • Item Number 805541
  • Size: 7.75 x 7 x 10.75"
  • Introduced May, 2009
  • The perfect gift for north pole enthusiasts

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