Friday, December 9, 2011

Byers' Choice

Just a bit up the road from me 
is a Made in America 
success story:  Byers' Choice


Byers' Choice was started by Jane Byers - 
with roots in the 1960s 
of her first designs of Christmas Carolers.


Soon orders began to come in 
as others wanted Carolers of their own. 
And a business was born.


Today, you can visit their factory,
and watch the artists at work. 


You can also walk through villages 
of eternal caroling!


There are hundreds of their Carolers on display.


All the photos in this set 
have something in common.
Did you notice what it is?

 

Hopefully,
my friends from 
noticed!

9 comments:

  1. They were all wearing plaid?

    I've always loved these figures with their "O" mouths!

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  2. Love all those wheels, Rebecca. These Christmas carolers are wonderful!

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  3. lot's of wheels, Santa's workshop, USA branch?

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  4. Cute - reminds me of my favorite old Christmas shows from the 60s.

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  5. A wonderfully creative way to exhibit wheels! They are all so beautiful, I'm in awe!

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  6. Rebecca, you always have such interesting posts. Those carolers are awesome. What a creative way to display wheels. They are all beautiful.

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  7. How clever you are. I loved this post!

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  8. This little museum has a lovely display, film to give background, and the nicest of people. We enjoyed the visit in the fall, anticipation Christmas and got lots of great gifts for people. In the Spring, you will love wandering through the lovely gardens with their sculptures.

    Byers choice

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