Thomas Kinkade “Countdown To Christmas” Santa Doll By The Bradford Exchange
Windows aglow with light, presents wrapped with care, festive countdown calendars and, of course, Santa Claus! The traditions of the holidays set the Christmas paintings of Thomas Kinkade aglow with wonder, and in that spirit we are proud to present a Santa Claus doll who comes bearing a unique gift – artwork by the Painter of Light™ and a special way to mark the holiday season. Introducing the Thomas Kinkade Countdown to Christmas Portrait Doll, an amazing Santa Doll, available from The Bradford Exchange!
Created by acclaimed doll designer Karen Vander Logt, this stunningly sculpted Santa stands an impressive 36 inches tall and has poseable arms. Handcrafted by Master Artisans, he is cast in vinyl, exquisitely detailed, and luxuriously costumed, from his bushy eyebrows and snow-white whiskers to his faux fur-trimmed red velvet coat and shiny black boots. He stands next to a 44-inch high golden lamplight, topped by a lamp whose four panels showcase Thomas Kinkade’s beloved Victorian Christmas I art, vividly reproduced in full color and detail, and glowing with light from within. Decorated for Christmas with a festive red velvet bow, the lamppost also features a countdown calendar so you and your family can countdown the days until December 25.
About the Bradford Exchange
The Bradford Exchange is the premier source for a vast array of Thomas Kinkade unique collectibles and fine gifts that offer an exceptionally high level of artistry, innovation and enduring value. Founded in 1973 by J. Roderick MacArthur, The Bradford Exchange was at first known as a computerized trading center for limited-edition collector’s plates, an innovation that completely revolutionized the collectibles market of that era. Over the years, The Bradford Exchange has been recognized with more than 100 top-level industry awards for the artistry and innovation of collectible offerings and services. That level of expertise has evolved into an undisputed leadership position in the present-day collector marketplace.