We have a very special piece here. The Christmas Ballet might be one of the most elaborate centerpieces that we've seen at Gift Spice. It is new for us this year and it is ready to bring that warm feeling of nostalgia to your home. Either by adding it to your existing Christmas village or using it as the starting point, you will not be disappointed by this one.
As showcased in this video here, this piece packs a lot in it's 12" x 13" frame. The scene is set with kids playing around the Christmas Tree while an orchestral version of "Deck the Halls" and living toys accompany their merriment. Right on cue, the ballet moves on with a background and character change. A tin soldier and ballerina replace the toys and we switch to an excerpt from Tchaikovsky's, "The Nutcracker Suite". Finally, with one more background change, Santa and his helper come out to the tune of "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" to conclude the ballet.
The Christmas Ballet is the most intricate piece I've, personally, ever seen from Lemax. The figurines turn and it lights up, as you might expect, but the scene changes caught me by surprise. The towers on the sides also change with the scenes, for crying out loud! The music flowing seamlessly from one song to the next is a great touch that will add the holiday ambiance you've come to expect from Lemax.
This piece is as simple as always to set up. It only requires one outlet to have it ready to perform for your village and the figurines that populate it. It is a little large, coming in at over 6" deep, over a foot wide and almost a foot high, you will need to make room to fit this one in. If you wanted to start your Lemax collection with this one, we recommend setting it up next to your Christmas tree and possibly picking up the North Pole Railway to complete the look.
For more ideas about how to decorate with and around the Christmas Ballet, follow our Pinterest board.
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