This is a Woodbury Pewterers Christmas Ornament from 1991 - The Baby Jesus in a Manger!
Woodbury Pewter is an outstanding company. They were founded in 1952, in the town of Woodbury, Connecticut by Ruth Holbrook and Lee. R Titcomb. The original location was a small blacksmith shop in the center of town. While it is now in much larger and highly efficient quarters, they remain a fixture in Woodbury. Each piece they create continues to be hand crafted from the highest quality pewter using many of the same methods and tools that were used in the 18th and 19th centuries. They specialize in fine reproductions of early American pieces like those featured as part of the "American Life Collection" from the Henry Ford Museum.
Woodbury Pewter was also one of the founders of the American Pewter Guild and largely responsible for the standardization of pewter components in the United States. All of their pewter, therefore, is an alloy comprised of 92% tin, 6% antimony, and 2% copper.