DAMAGED Graupner Music Box with Crank Frog Prince - no return accepted
Customer Return. Damaged in transit. Could potentially be glued back together. Music Box works perfectly. Refer to photo.
Please note pieces from our "Seconds / Damaged section" are excluded from refunds and returns in any form.
DAMAGED / SECOND - No Return Accepted
Sold as is, excluded from standard warranties, and customer accepts all responsibility for use
The Graupner Music Boxes are available in two versions: as a wind-up, self-rotating music box or as a manually-operated music box with crank. The Frog Prince Music Box is a traditional music box with crank, with a quaint little miniature scene on top and it fits in the palm of your hand. Handmade with love from the Ore Mountains in Germany, these music boxes are a beautiful keepsake and wonderful all year round.
Note: This is a traditional 'crank style' music box. It plays while the crank is turned only (it is not a 'wind-up' music box).
Melody played is You Are My Sunshine. Decoration only. Not a toy.
70 L x 55 W x 85 H mm
Graupner Holzminiaturen (wood miniatures) was founded by Ronald and Kordula Graupner in 1986. Together with his wife, Ronald set up a workshop in Crottendorf, in the Ore Mountains (Erzgebirge) where they have been creating the most beautiful wooden range of Christmas ornaments, decorations, pyramids, music boxes, candle holders and incense burners for more than 30 years.
Ronald is in charge of the technical side of the business overlooking the special machines that he invented and built himself which cut and create all the small wooden parts. Kordula is passionate about paints and colours so not only does she decide every colour combination but also creates every single shade of paint herself. Graupner Holzminiaturen only uses stains and paints which are certified for toy manufacturing and comply with DIN EN71 standards. Recently, Ronald’s and Kordula’s daughter Elisabeth joined the family business after completing her degree in media and communication studies and working in Berlin for 10 years. As the new brand manager of the company, she has brought some fresh air to the business and has improved the social media presence of Graupner Holzminiaturen.
Each finished piece of their collection consists of up to 100 tiny parts that are carefully and individually put together with brushes, tweezers and a steady hand. Details such as faces and whiskers are painted by hand, making every single piece unique. Graupner sources all their hardwoods such as maple, birch and cottonwood from regional and sustainably managed forests. Graupner’s beautiful pieces are carefully wrapped in silk paper and packaged in cardboard boxes and any plastic material has been banned to protect the environment.
Graupner’s wooden miniatures bring fun and joy to every family by combining tradition and craftsmanship with colourful and modern designs.