Nativity Scenes(74 items)
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Featured Reviews on Nativity Scenes
This came exactly as depicted in the picture. It is cute and is a regional twist on the many biblical passages about God sheltering beneath his wings.
Its a piece of strong, accurate architecture with the Nativity figures all beautifully placed and painted.
Beautiful in Simplicity
Unique way of presenting a typical Nativity scene using a peasants hat as s shelter for the Holy Family.
Dionisio Rojas Ceramic figurines and candleholders
Dionisio Rojas Gutierrez has worked for many years - since the age of ten - as a ceramic artist, winning many art contests at local, state, and national levels.
Dionisio Rojas Gutierrez is an artisan from the Andes mountains of southern Peru. He has worked since the age of ten with his cousins, who are also ceramics artists, and his aunt who had an art store... read more
Popular Nativity Scenes
Handpainted Traditional Nativity Scene from Peru Set of 7, "Born in the Amazon"$37.99
Baby Jesus smiles a peaceful smile in this endearing nativity scene from Guillermo and Eduardo. They dress Mary and Joseph in the style of the Shipibo people of the Peruvian Amazons. Featuring a puma, leopard and beaver, each of the seven ceramic pieces is painted by hand with admirable expertise.
Christmas Amazonian Nativity Scene Figurines (Set of 6), "In the Amazon"$27.99
Zoila Davila celebrates Christmas in the Amazon Valley, depicting the Holy Family as Shipibo people. Shepherds bear rainforest gifts — a fish, bananas and a coconut. The Shipibo are a Panoan-speaking culture living near the headwaters of the Amazon. Although they maintain much of their original way of life, they have also adapted some contemporary urban customs. The manger is a piece of fabric with traditional Shipibo motifs.
Handmade Two-Piece Set of Ceramic Mary and Joseph Figurines, "Flight to Egypt"$23.99
Pausing for a moment on their hurried flight to Egypt, Mary comforts the Christ child as Joseph stands watch. In an effort to wipe out all competition to his throne, Herod ordered the death of every child in Bethlehem under the age of two. To save the life of their baby, the Holy Family sought refuge in a foreign land. Zoila Davila depicts them as ceramic figurines.