Coca Cola Santa Fabrique Christmas Decorations
Did you know that Coca Cola helped shape the image of the modern Santa Claus? Santa did start as slimmer man with a brown coat. From there Santa was developed into a warmer more charismatic man. Coca Cola was simply trying to link Coke to a Wintertime Icon to the famous soft drink to increase its consumption during the Winter months. Soon paintings of Santa Claus drinking Coca Cola were on many magazine covers including the Saturday Evening Post. The Coca Cola Santa is famous and original paintings are in museums all over the world.
You can find the Coca Cola Santa and many other Coca Cola inspired decorations for Christmascan be found here. Kurt Adler has several Coca Cola Santa Figurines that are going quick. Also the Coca Cola Santa on Tin is another popular item. Check here for some great Christmas decorations
The Thomas Kinkade Coca Cola The Night Before Christmas Illuminated Figurine features Santa taking off in his sleigh. The sleigh is illuminated with LED lights that provide up to 10,000 hours of light. It measures 21 1/2 inches high and 101/4 inches long. This is a perfect decoration for any table top. It is painted in bright colors.This makes a great Christmas gift.
Thomas Kinkade Coca Cola The Night Before Christmas Illuminated Figurine
This collectible Fabrique Santa is from Kurt Adler. This Figurine features Santa sitting on a chair drinking a coke. An elf is on a ladder helping him with his sign. This figure is 16 inches tall and made of plastic. There is a lot of detail on this figure by Kurt Adler.
Kurt Adler Fabriche 16"Coca-Cola Santa and Elf on Chair
The Coca Cola Collectible Santas book reviews the history of how the Coke Santa came to be.One customer review gave this book four out of five stars. He stated that he loved the illustrations. The customer states that if you like to collect Coke Santas or just like to look at them this is a good book for you.
Coca-Cola Collectible Santas: Official Coca-Cola Collectors Series [Hardcover]
This Coca Cola Santa Collectible plate is named Santa Pause. It features Santa pausing for a break, drinking a refreshing Coke and holding a few stuffed animals. This eight inch plate is from the Franklin mint Heirloom collection. It is made of fine porcelain and has gold trim on it. this collectors plate is for decorative purposes only. It is not for eating and not dish water safe. This collectible will bring the spirit of Christmas to any kitchen or cabinet.
COCA COLA CHRISTMAS PLATE, SANTA PAUSE
The Nostalgic Coca Cola Tin Sign is a great example of nostalgic Coca Cola Santa. The sign is 16 by 12 inches and made of tin. there are two pre cut holes for easy hanging. The edges are rolled so they will not cut you. I think this tin would look great year round on deck or in the kitchen! Definitely festive. These are going quick so get yours soon.
Nostalgic Coca Cola Tin Sign : Christmas Santa
Kurt Adler's figurine of the Coca Cola Santa features a Santa tipping his Coke to us while he is holding a large package. The Santa is 10 inches high and made of plastic. He would be a great addition to any Christmas tree or Christmas party.
Kurt Adler 10-Inch Coca-Cola Fabriche Santa
Kurt Adler's Santa kicking off his boots is a plastic Santa figurine reclining back. We get the impression that Santa has just finished his long nights work. He is reclining back and taking his boots off with the assistance of his elf friend. And of course his relaxation would not be complete without a drink of his favorite, Coca Cola. The piece is ten inches long. Be sure to check out other Kurt Adler pieces!
Kurt Adler Coca-Cola Animated Santa in Chair Kicking Off Boot
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