A (last) Short Walk through Macy’s Holiday Lane: Part 4

There were some pretty 'nutty' Nutcrackers...

There were some pretty ‘nutty’ Nutcrackers…

...and a gorgeous silver tree, decorated in reds and greens so cheery...

…and a gorgeous silver tree, decorated in reds and greens so cheery…

...and crystals so clear, near every type of glass ornament you could want...

…and crystals so clear, near every type of glass ornament you could want…

...but the best part was Mrs. Claus, smiling in her 'all-knowing Mrs. Claus way"!Say...I wonder what her first name is?

…but the best part was Mrs. Claus, smiling in her ‘all-knowing Mrs. Claus way”!
Say…I wonder what her first name is?

There are four little spaces…

…about three feet wide in Macy’s (the former Marshall Field’s) Washington Street display windows.  They all advertise Holiday Lane on the 6th floor, which I hope to visit tomorrow, and each window has a different theme!

Macy's Holiday Lane Windows-1

Angels and Polar Bears and Snowmen…Oh, Brrr!

Macy's Holiday Lane Windows-2

Almost every Santa you can imagine…and Mrs Claus, too!

Macy's Holiday Lane Windows-3

Little Children love Comical Bears and a Jack-in-the-Box!

Macy's Holiday Lane Windows-4

Every kind of Nutcracker, a Drummer Bear, and Dorothy, the Cowardly Lion, the Scarecrow and, of course, the Tin Man, too!

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Shortly, I’ll have more from Macy’s, including the huge, forty-five foot tree in the Walnut Room, a tradition begun in 1899 by Marshall Field’s.