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Need help finding a lovely wooden nativity set - no more than £40, ideally less

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Weegle Sun 02-Nov-08 19:54:11

erm, that's it!

Seen a few but none that I look at and love. Want something that can be brought out year after year.

Help please!

tootiredtothink Sun 02-Nov-08 19:58:08

Have you got a a Cost-Co by you? (I swear I am not on commissiongrin - I always seem to suggest them!)

They do a beautiful one for either £40 or £50. Nice and big too - if only I could get myself to not put up Christmas Village I would buy onesad.

Lovingthepink Sun 02-Nov-08 20:01:00

I've been looking too. I fell in love with this one but way too £££ I will be watching this thread with interest.

Weegle Sun 02-Nov-08 20:02:49

tootiredtothink - no I don't. I'm in the sticks and can't even think of one in one of my nearby towns. Ideally on line.

LovingthePink - that one is great but a) too expensive and b) I'm thinking of maybe something painted??? but not the run of the mill ones!

Divawithattitude Sun 02-Nov-08 20:03:46

Worth looking in places like Oxfam, they often have sets carved/made in developing countries for sale.

Lovingthepink Sun 02-Nov-08 20:04:32

another option

plus3 Sun 02-Nov-08 20:05:17

not sure if it's what you are after but John lewis have one for about £25

duckyfuzz Sun 02-Nov-08 20:05:52

we have this one, its lovely

Lovingthepink Sun 02-Nov-08 20:06:39

a link for you smile

Lovingthepink Sun 02-Nov-08 20:07:44

the link was the john lewis one to save you hunting

Yurtgirl Sun 02-Nov-08 20:10:54

We have got the same one as duckyfuzz - much loved by my children!

We put the stable in place first with the farm animals - then gradually move all the other characters in as December moves along.

The wise men get moved around the room when I go to bed for my kids to notice where they have moved to in the morning

Weegle Sun 02-Nov-08 20:14:13

Lakeland one - right sort of thing but is missing a king!

GLTC one on my shortlist and currently winning, same as JL - it's the one that has always come up googling

thanks for all the ideas...

barnsleybelle Sun 02-Nov-08 20:25:09

I saw a nice one in the letterbox catalogue, not sure of price. Also have you tried the pier? You can look online for both.

Icanseethesea Sun 02-Nov-08 20:27:07

try these

We have a lovely SOuth American one from Toybox, but I cannot find a link to it, sorry smile

JellycatShopkeeper Sun 02-Nov-08 20:29:54

Nice ones here.

Click on Gisela Graham Christmas, then page 8.

peachygirl Sun 02-Nov-08 20:37:43

I have the mini figures Gisela Graham one from Jellycats link.

They are actually decorations for your tree but I took the hooks and string off. It sits really nicely on my mantlepiece

Weegle Sun 02-Nov-08 20:42:53

yes the gisela graham ones look good.

Looked at the pier - don't like them which is a shame as I normally love their stuff

peachygirl Sun 02-Nov-08 20:52:28

I think mine were from The Pier. I got them in the sale.

barnsleybelle Sun 02-Nov-08 20:54:33

duckyfuzz... i'm not the poster but i just looked at yours and it's beautiful. Going to get myself one.

traceybath Sun 02-Nov-08 21:00:17

I'm liking this one

Weirdly have just spent the last hour looking at nativity sets.

Weegle Sun 02-Nov-08 21:02:10

yes that's lovely, but can't afford that. Keep the links coming, I'm building my shortlist!

Lovingthepink Sun 02-Nov-08 21:09:53

Weegle - what do you mean missing a king? There are three kings hmm

Lovingthepink Sun 02-Nov-08 21:12:23

What about this one obviously obsessed with Lakeland

roisin Sun 02-Nov-08 21:16:00

We have this one which reminds us that Bethlehem is not a peaceful place these days and has a ruddy great wall round it, like something from the Cold War or Eastern Europe in the 70s sad

Weegle Sun 02-Nov-08 21:16:00

oh yes, I obviously can't count blush I thought it was 2 kings, joseph and 2 shepherds but it looks like it's 3 kings, joseph and one shepherd? hmm, now I like it more... wish it had more shepherds.

Think I might be being a bit fussy...

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