The Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche at The Metropolitan Museum of Art are a long-established yuletide tradition in New York. The grand blue spruce—with a collection of eighteenth-century Neapolitan angels and cherubs among its boughs and groups of realistic crèche figures flanking the Nativity scene at its base— annually delights holiday visitors in the Museum’s Medieval Sculpture Hall. This charming snowglobe reproduces our “angel tree.”
Resin, hand painted. Glass globe with iridescent glitter. 6'' diam. Plays Silent Night.