The whole set
Closeup of the Holy Family.
What I think is neat about this set is that it came direct from Israel, wrapped in newspapers in (gasp!) Hebrew. I probably should wrap the pieces in moving paper or something without the newsprint on them, but I felt compelled to save this paper to remind me of the origin of this beautiful set that I treasure so much.
One of my favorite things about this set is the deliberate obscurity of the figures. There are no facial details, and few things to give you a pre-conceived notion of what Mary, Joseph, the Magi, the Shepherd (I only got one with this set), and the Christ Child looked like. I like that specifically because it allows room for imagination and speculation. Because we can never know what they looked like, except in our hearts.