Holiday Hurdy Gurdies (Set Of 4)
Four seasonal favorite melodies are appropriately paired with antiquated imagery obtained from our cherished archives. The musical selection includes: Toyland, Silent Night, Jingle Bells, and What Child is This.
Tuck inside stockings.
Quotes on the back:
Baby on Sled Holding Doll
"Hang up the baby's stocking, Be sure you don't forget, The dear little dimpled darling! She never saw Christmas yet." - 19th c. verse
Babe Holding Holly Strand
"Villagers all, this frosty tide, Let your doors swing open wide, Though wind may follow and snow beside, Yet draw us in by your fire to bide: Joy shall be yours in the morning." - 19th c. Yuletide Carol
Children Making a Snowman
"In the jolly winters of the long-ago, It was not so cold as now -Oh, oh no! Then, as I remember, snowballs to eat Were as good as apples now, and every bit as sweet!" - Kas. Whitcomb Riley, (pub. 1883)
Mother and Daughter Decorating Tree
"Curling smoke from a chimney low, And only a few more steps to go. Faces pressed at a window pane Watching for someone to come again. And I am the someone they wait to see- These are the joys life gives to me." -Edgar Guest, Leaves of Gold
November 1, 2018
Nice sound, good value but could be better made. Had to repair with tape.
November 29, 2017
These little hurdy gurdys were the perfect choice for some Christmas stockings. Easy to turn and with pretty melodies.
from Roselle Park
December 22, 2016
I loved these charming little music boxes, they are a deal for the price. I highly recommend them as stocking stuffers which will be held dear for years to come.
December 16, 2016
These little Hurdy Gurdies are reasonably priced, classic and make unique stocking stuffers. I was very pleased.
November 29, 2016
I ordered these for my grandchildren for their annual Christmas ornament. They are a nice little smaller than expected music box. However, the cardboard box is a bit flimsy. I thought they were ornaments maybe my misunderstanding, but there was nothing to hand them with. I had to drill two small holes on top and slip a ribbon on. I also had to add a drop of glue to the inside edge of the box so the music box would stay in. Once that was done, they were good to go. I liked the story on the back too.