Licensed products at the Christkindlesmarkt
One of the highlights of Advent is homemade cookies. Everyone has stars and hearts – the Christkindlesmarkt cookie cutter from Petra Strauß (Booth 57) stands out. The cutter – featuring the Christkind and its name – was developed in cooperation with the Staedter Co. Created from high-grade stainless steel and dishwasher safe, it will provide you with happy memories for many years to come.
For every cutter sold, Mrs. Strauß donates 1 Euro to the Hospice Mögeldorf!
The Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt punch from Wurzelsepp can be found at Ph. Rank (Booth 103). It is a tea composition which can be drunk all year long. It contains cinnamon and a wonderful mix of fruits. One can also buy it at the Wurzelsepp booth at the Christkindlesmarkt and their shop at Hauptmarkt 1. The tea is available in 100- or 250-gram packages.
Mark your packages, letters and Christmas gifts with an extra-special stamp: Charlotte Grunow from Stormy Hearts (Booth 150) has a stamp set with the world-famous silhouette of the Christkindlesmarkt. If you want to be creative, you can do it yourself with a stamp pad or sealing wax – instructions are of course included. The stamp design is also available as stickers.
What would the Christkindlesmarkt be without mulled wine? One desirable collector’s item is the official Christkindlesmarkt mulled wine cup, which is redesigned each year, and used to serve both red and white mulled wine. This year, it features not only the Christkind, the Churches of St. Lorenz and St. Sebald but also the Lutheran rose and Martin Luther to celebrate 500 years of the Reformation. If you don’t want to keep it, just return it for the deposit at any mulled wine stand.
The world-famous city of wood and cloth is wonderfully lit at dusk and – decorated with the official symbol of the Christkindlesmarkt – has been made into a postcard. It is available at Tourist Information (at Hauptmarkt 18 and Königstraße 93) or via the Nuremberg Convention and Tourist Office. The version photographed at night is just as romantic. The postcards are an easy way to spread the joy of the Christmas Market to others … or to remind yourself of a pleasant memory.
No matter what the festival – Lebkuchen hearts are everywhere. You can find them at the Christkindlesmarkt too. Decorated with the original pictogram of the Nuremberg Christkind, they will not only delight those with a sweet tooth, but also make a nice decoration at home.
You can also take the Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt – with Church of Our Lady, Beautiful Fountain and the Christkind – home with you as a decoration. The Janoschke family (Booth 146) sells Christkindlesmarkt decorative lanterns made from fine wood veneers, whether light beech, rich mahogany or dark cherry. The hand-drawn designs are created by lasers. With a small candle, these miniature scenes light up and fascinate adults and children alike.
You can buy all licensed products at the market.