It is said St. Francis would preach to the birds and animals that gathered around him intrigued by the sound of his voice and power of his words. Jim Shore captures the essence of the story rendered with reverence and devotion to intricate detail. Â©Jim Shore Designs, Inc. Hand-painted stone resin.…
As any strummer will tell you, if you know how to play the guitar you'll always be the life of the party. This compact parlor style guitar has a rich sound you'll love and features a mahogany neck, spruce top and rosewood bridge and fingerboard. 24.75" scale and 18 frets with a dovetail neck joint…
Get ready to rock with this high-quality guitar! It has a basswood body with a bolted-on maple neck and 3 quality single-coil pickups with ceramic magnets. Other features include a bold white pick guard, tremolo-style bridge with cast saddles, modern sealed-gear tuners, chrome-plated hardware,…
A timeless timepiece and convenient cocktail table for the armchair explorer! Antiqued goldtone table resembles maritime instruments of old, but houses a clock with Roman numerals and early new-world map. Uses 1 AA battery (not included). Composite wood base, metal stem and frame and glass top. Assembly…
…traditional Hawaiian instrument has found an increasing popularity in pop and folk music, thanks to musicians from Tiny Tim to Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder. The classic soprano ukulele is the most popularâ€”and the smallestâ€”which makes it perfect for kids as a beginning instrument. 4-string ukulele features…
…acrylic angels with silvertone wings have an LED light within, glowing with ever-changing color. Each is slightly different, holding a musical instrument, hymnbook or folding hands in prayer. Uses one button cell battery each (included). 2 1/4" w x 3 3/4" h x 2" d.
…. Press his collar to add music to the mix and hear 2 lyrical songs ("Sea Creatures Song" and "I'm an Octopus I Love to Count to Eight") and 4 instrumental tunes. Uses 2 AA batteries (not included). 15 1/2" w x 11" h x 8 3/4" d. Ages 9 months to 3 years.
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