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1960s vintage THREE KINGS of Orient ceramic figurines
hand painted in mustard yellow-gold with sepia accents
detailed robes, crowns, faces, beards and gifts

measurements: 3"w x 13"h | 7.62 x 33.02 cm each

condition: great vintage - No chips or cracks.

Note: More photos of this set are coming soon!

Tall, elegant, and very 1960s-Mod holiday decor for a mantle, or surround them with greens and holly for a dramatic centerpiece or to greet guests on an entry table!

USA mails USPS Priority flat rate, insured

Elsewhere mails USPS First Class - this method carries no insurance or method of tracking. If you prefer to upgrade to Priority contact me prior to purchase for a quote.

✈ Ship Note: The Kings will ship together but will ship as a stand-alone order without the combined shipping option for multi-item orders. The Kings will be carefully wrapped for safe transit; packaging materials are reflected in the mailing weight and cost.

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*Who Were the 3 Kings? - In the traditional Christmas story the Three Wise Men - also called the Three Kings of the East and the Magi - came to Bethlehem on Twelfth Night bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.

A fascinating part of the Christmas story, the Three Kings were endlessly painted, from the second century - when they first appear in the catacomb of Santa Priscilla in Rome - to the present, and in one mosaic, in Ravenna, they are named: Melchior, Balthazar and Gaspar.

Melchior, the "smallest in stature," brought gold as his offering - including the treasure of Alexander the Great and "all the ornaments that the Queen of Saba [ShebaJ offered in Solomon's temple." Among Alexander's treasures was a golden apple and 30 pieces of money, gathered as tribute from all over the world. These, according to tradition, were the "30 pieces of silver" for which Christ at last was betrayed.

The second king, Balthazar, was from Saba where "there groweth incense more than in all the other places of the world; it drippeth out of certain trees in the manner of gum."

Gaspar, the third king, this account says, came from a mysterious kingdom called Tharsis: "In his isles myrrh groweth more plentifully than in any other place in the world. It groweth like ears of wheat..." According to John of Hildesheim, Gaspar was the "tallest of person and a black Ethiope without any doubt."

Frequently asked questions about ninedoorsvintage

Yes, I can ship most items worldwide. Each listing will include information stating if the item is available for shipment outside the US. Please use the 'Everywhere Else' option at checkout for countries outside the US or Canada.
Yes, I combine shipping whenever feasible. Because my inventory varies by sizes and weights I do not list a combined shipping price. Exclusions include furniture, large mirrors, large artwork and some fragile items. Each listing will state if the item is not available for combined shipping.
I always seek to use the best method to ship your order based on price and safety. Most orders include insurance and tracking. I also offer combined shipping whenever feasible.

I can ship third party using your UPS or FedEx account, please contact me for details.

Portland Metro Area - I can arrange a local pick up in my area. On orders of $40+ I offer local delivery for a $25 fee (not all suburbs are included); please contact me for details.
I will reserve an item up to 48 hours if you contact me via Etsy.

Prices are typically firm during the first four months but I am willing to consider reasonable offers. I reserve the right to refuse any offer.

I do not offer layaway or accept trades.