A Horseshoe Crab pendant has been created by Peter Calvesbert, in memory of Dan Kritzer, and released January 8th, the anniversary of his 50th birthday. When his partner, Mike Reikowsky, was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Danny supported the American Diabetes Association. Pete and Andrea are releasing this Horseshoe Crab to the Harmony Kingdom community and will donate $5 for each pendant sold to the American Diabetes Association in Danny's name. The pendant will retire on October 27, 2013, (the anniversary of Danny's passing).
After nearly 20 years, Noel and Lisa are handing over the Harmony Kingdom reins to the one person who has their complete trust and admiration — Peter Calvesbert. Back in 1990, Peter and Martin started what would become a booming box figurine craze. When they became acquainted with them in 1994, it was Peter's extraordinary talent that inspired them to create Harmony Kingdom. And over two decades, Peter has never once let them down. They will very much miss working with him, but they know that he, and his wife Andrea, will steward the collection with the utmost care and creativity, and they so look forward to seeing the interesting directions they take.
To associate with other
like-minded people in small, purposeful groups is for the great majority of men and women
a source of profound psychological satisfaction. Exclusiveness will add to the pleasure of
being several, but at one; and secrecy will intensify it almost to ecstasy. — Aldous Huxley
CHARITY 2013-2014 HOP Charity
2013 HOP Charity Results
Kingdom's authorized independent clubs aren't secret societies,
but they are a source of great pleasure and sometimes even ecstasy for fans of Harmony
Kingdom. Each club is organized and run by individual collectors and, as such, are all
unique. Yet they do have one thing in common—members are all fascinated by Harmony
Kingdom box figurines and enjoy discovering their hidden secrets. In addition to a shared
interest in Harmony Kingdom, the clubs are deeply involved in charitable activities and
many provide informative newsletters and organize fun social events. Each authorized
independent club elects a delegate to the House of Peers—the central council that acts as liaison between the independent
clubs and Harmony Kingdom.
Please check the listing
for the [club
nearest you]. Many clubs accept members from out-of-state and offer long-distance
benefits. Or you may decide to form your own independent club. Guidelines for receiving
official sanctioning from Harmony Kingdom are listed under [Independent
Harmony Kingdom's authorized
independent clubs are a great way to meet like-minded folks, develop friendships,
participate in meaningful charitable activities, receive special offers, invitations and
pieces, and have some fun. Join today!