"The Cherokee Chief", 18-19"H, nu31, Unique
This nutcracker (15"H without and 19"H with drum opening stand) is a tribute to the history of the USA, and to the Native Indians. It is shaped as an Indian Cherokee chief (Cherokee are one of the indigenous people before 18 century concentrated in southwestern North Carolina and Southeastern Tennessee).
The work is unique, crafted out of the highest quality linden wood - Amur tilia- and is painted with acrylic, decorated with gold paint and burned on wood. The Indian chief has a tomahawk and a rifle in his hands, carved individually and attached into the hands (can be detached if necessary). There is a drum the Nutcracker "The Cherokee Chief" stands on. It is made out of wood and decorated with symbols of this tribe. The stand is a box and can be opened. Inside you will find golden nuts. The nutcracker is decorated in white and silver gown, which the chief used to wear during tribe celebrations. Place an order now and get it in two-three months! Be the third owner of the Chief of the Cherokee tribe, one of the major tribes in the US history. FOR ORDERS ONLY.