Selected collectables were produced as part of the special Schönbrunn edition. Five artists came up with different ideas to the Habsburger theme and designed unique items. All products were lovingly handmade and available at the Christmas and New year’s Market.
The Habsburgs were famous for being great music lovers. As a homage to their relationship to Mozart, Tibor Beres had created a traditional hand-painted composer set consisting of a music book, inkwell and quill pen. The Price of the composer set was € 45.
Wooden Christmas tree tips
Peter Fülöp’s Christmas tree tips reflected the elegance of Schönbrunn Palace. They were made of spruce, painted red or gold and decorated with fine silver lines. The price for the Christmas tree tip was € 25. The price for the Christmas tree tip as set with three balls was € 49.50.
Flacons like the ones made by Gisela Otasek-Hartl were used by the nobility to preserve special essences. The dimpled flacons were freely formed from tough borosilicate glass and fitted with a tight seal. The 2017 collection was in cobalt blue. The price for the perfume flacon was € 40.
Schönbrunn Palace Christmas card
The motive on the Schönbrunn Palace Christmas card was light and cheerful. In her own distinctive illustration style, Nina Wilsmann had designed a folding card for the Christmas Market showing Schönbrunn Palace with a Christmas tree and passing horse-drawn carriage. The price for the card was € 3.
Michaela Lutz was inspired by the colours of the Schönbrunn White Gold Room for her historical nutcracker. It had forty (!) parts and was lovingly hand-made from coloured fusing glass with real gold details. The price for the nutcracker was € 65.
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