29 October 2018

The group of musicians, the figurines of the traditional wooden nativity scene

There are five statuettes, for the traditional wooden nativity scene, of the group representing the shepherd musicians. They celebrate the event of Jesus’ birth by playing bagpipes or flutes.

Musician shepherds are traditionally meant to signify generosity and happiness. All our traditional figurines are carved in wood and hand-painted. They can be natural to enjoy the beauty of the wood or painted with oil colours by the fairy hands of our Anna. You can find them in various sizes.

These are our figurines for your traditional musician nativity scene

The seated bagpiper figurine: representing a shepherd boy playing the seated bagpipe. Carved in wood, au naturel or painted with oil colours.

Thestatuette of the standing bagpiper: representing a shepherd playing the bagpipe while standing. Carved in wood, au naturel or painted with oil colours.

The statuette ofthe shepherd with flute and lamb: representing a kneeling young shepherd playing the flute and next to him a bleating lamb. Carved in wood, au naturel or painted with oil colours.

The statuette of the shepherd with violin: representing a shepherd playing the violin. At the time of Jesus, there were certainly no violins, nor were there bagpipes or the transverse flute, but the group of musicians inside the crib is part of the collective imagination. Carved in wood, au naturel or painted with oil colours.

The statuette of the sitting shepherd with a pipe: representing a shepherd boy playing a pipe. Carved in wood, au naturel or painted with oil colours.

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