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Bauble, Ball, Spider in Web 3d printed

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Transparent Acrylic
Bauble, Ball, Spider in Web 3d printed
Bauble, Ball, Spider in Web 3d printed

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Bauble, Ball, Spider in Web

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  • 3D printed in Transparent Acrylic: Firm translucent plastic with a smooth surface and rubbery feel.
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According to ancient storytellers, there once was a widow living in her cramped, cold hut with her children. One day, a pinecone dropped from the tree outside and took root. The children, excited by the prospect of a tree for Christmas, tended the seedling and made plans about how they would decorate the tree. Poverty was a way of life for the small family, and when Christmas approached, the widow knew that they would not be able to decorate the tree. The children and the widow accepted their fate and went to bed on Christmas Eve, the tiny tree branches bare. But the household’s spiders heard the children’s sobs and spun intricate webs on the tree. Early on Christmas morning, the children cried, "Mother, mother wake up and see the tree. It is beautiful!" The widow rose to find that during the cold night a spider had spun its web around the fragile branches. As the rays of the sun crept along the floor and silently climbed the tree, the glow touched the threads of the web turning each one silver and gold, and, as the story goes, from that day forward the widow never wanted for anything. This is an old folktale explaining the tradition of including a spider among Christmas Tree decorations, like this one.
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Bauble, Ball, Spider in Web
Transparent Acrylic
Width
7.0 cm
Height
7.0 cm
Depth
7.0 cm

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