Jim Shore Folklore Santa with Tree and Star Figurine
The Folklore Collection features Jim Shore’s signature colour palette. Holding a festive tree with bright Christmas star, this heartfelt Santa features Jim’s signature combination of quilt patterning and folk art design.
- Designed in the USA
- Designed by artist Jim Shore
- Detailed design is Handcrafted and Hand-painted
- Enesco Gift-manufacturing the most beloved home decor products for more than 50 years
Crafted from High-Quality Stone Resin
Skilled artisans craft each and every piece by hand out of durable and high-quality stone resin material.
Intricately detailed figurines make perfect home decor pieces for fans of all ages.
Enesco is committed to bringing joy every day. The premier global destination for high-quality giftware and home décor, our prestigious family of brands includes: Department 56 Village, Things Remembered, Foundations, Jim Shore Heartwood Creek, Disney Traditions by Jim Shore, Walt Disney Archives Collection, Disney Showcase Collection, Disney by Britto, Pusheen, Designs by Lolita, Our Name Is Mud and many more.
About the Artist
Award-winning artist Jim Shore grew up in rural South Carolina, the son of artistic parents who instilled a love of the traditional images and values of American folk art. He cites his inspiration as his grandmother, a master quilter who taught him an appreciation for the craft, and his collection of quilts dating back over 150 years. Jim studied engineering and received a degree in business, not art. He supported his young family as an engineer, honing his skills as a sculptor and painter in his spare time, before eventually founding his own business, Designs Americana, to market his designs. In 2000, Jim entered a licensing agreement with Enesco to create Heartwood Creek by Jim Shore, the line of seasonal and everyday decorative accessories that has brought him world-wide fame. While working with Enesco Jim perfected his unique style, combining elements of folk art and a vibrant colour palette applied to traditional themes