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Alexandra and Nicholas dance in Anastasia's Music Box

Nicholas and Alexandra Anastasia Music Box

$90.00

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Your Best Buy!! 

Lift the lid of Anastasia's music box (by San Francisco Music Box Company) and the last Czar and Czarina, Nicholas and Alexandra, twirl as the music plays. A crowned emperor swan is hand-painted under glass inside the lid and faux pearls decorate the ornate box. 
We're anxious to share them with you!

Click here to see one of ours play on YouTube

Melody: "Once Upon a December," Dimensions: 4.5" in diameter 3.5" high (opened 6.75"). Please scroll down for more information.

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See special offer to add a necklace (our own custom designed) as did Anastasia's Grandmother in the story.  A beautiful, handmade pendant of faux emeralds and center ruby.  It comes with an engraved-like gold foil label that says,"Together in Paris."  

 

If you have a previously purchased music box  from us or any other shop and would like a necklace  please click here  

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Someone asked about The lyrics to Once upon a December and we found them:

Dancing bears, painted wings
Things I almost remember
And a song someone sings
Once upon a December

Someone holds me safe and warm
Horses prance through a silver storm
Figures dancing gracefully
Across my memory

Far away, long ago
Glowing dim as an ember
Things my heart used to know
Once upon a December

Someone holds me safe and warm
Horses prance through a silver storm
Figures dancing gracefully
Across my memory

Far away, long ago
Glowing dim as an ember
Things my heart used to know
Things it yearns to remember

And a song someone sings
Once upon a December