A Unique and Artistic Way to Celebrate the magic of Christmas!
For many families collecting our Nativity has become a treasured tradition shared across multiple generations.
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For over 30 years, Hestia Creations has been designing, sculpting and dressing their handcrafted Companions Collection Nativity figures in their Marblehead art studio.
New figures are added each year, as others are retired.
Our Nativity is available in sets or individual figures, animals or accessories.
Our Companions Collection Nativity is beautifully designed and carefully handcrafted by our talented studio artisans. Each piece is hand molded of bonded marble dust and painted by hand. Gorgeous textural detail is carefully curated and added to each piece for a realistic and historically authentic feel. Our Nativity collection is a distinctive way to share the magic of the Christmas story with your loved ones and friends.
Companions Collection Nativity is inspired by both the American Folk Art and French Santons traditions and features typical figures that might have lived in Bethlehem at the time of Jesus' birth, along with other historical figures. The entire collection is over 50 pieces including biblical and historical figures, and animals. There is also an extensive accessories collection to enhance your display.
Each year we add a new piece and retire an older one. Many of our retired pieces have increased significantly in value.
Sets start at $140 and offer our customers great savings over purchasing the figures, animals and accessories separately.
See additional detail and our artists at work on our beautiful handcrafted nativity figures in our video.'
If you are a gift shop or other organization that like to offer our fabulous Nativity to your customers, call us today and speak to one of our Sales specialists!
Nestled on a quiet downtown side street in the seaside town of Marblehead, Massachusetts is the studio and shop of Hestia Creations. Because it isn’t on a main street and is often overlooked, we like to refer to it as “Marblehead’s Hidden Treasure.”
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