The museum has a number of different, even strange nutcrackers that are worth a second look. Here are some that are featured in The Art & Character of Nutcrackers.
This 18th century nutcracker from Germany depicts an older woman with a baby on her back. By lifting the baby, the nutcracker opens. A blacksmith’s wrought iron was utilized during a later arm repair.
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"To foster and encourage the interest of the general public of the importance of nuts in the diets of humans throughout history and in the evolution of the nutcracker. No other tool or collectible has shown such a wide diversity of material and design as the implements used to crack the hard shell of a nut"
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