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Acadia National Park Ornament

$19.99

Acadia National Park is a 47,000-acre Atlantic coast recreation area primarily on Maine's Mount Desert Island. Its landscape is marked by woodland, rocky beaches and glacier-scoured granite peaks. The park includes Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the United States East Coast. Among the wildlife are moose, bear, whales and seabirds.
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Apline Time Clock Shoppe-GC125

$19.99

Alpine Time Clock Shoppe has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. The second hand seems to be missing can you find it? Who is hiding in the shoppe?
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Atlanta Ornament

$29.99

In 1836, the Georgia General Assembly voted to build a railroad to the Midwest, and the city of Terminus was founded. The phoenix is its symbol, as Atlanta was the only US city to be destroyed by an act of war. Home of both Coca-Cola & CNN, the Peachtree Road Race & Gone With the Wind.
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Barn Ornament

$21.99

Painted in traditional barn red and white, with chickens, a cow, and an old-fashioned tractor parked beside it, it s a typical day in the farmyard. The Barn ornament reminds us of American life on the farm and traditional country values honesty, hard work, and love of the land.
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Beach House Ornament

$29.99

Designed to weather the harsh climate of salty air, winds and rain, beach houses have a homey and rustic feel that washes up childhood memories of sand castles, kite flying, beach combing and long sandy walks. One can almost smell the salty air when hanging the beach house ornament!
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Big Ben Ornament

$24.99

Big Ben is the nickname for the Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster in London, England. World famous for its sonorous chimes and keeping accurate time, Big Ben is one of London's most famous landmarks and it rings in the New Year for all of England.
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Big Red Sock Stocking Co.-GC127

$19.99

Big Red Sock Stocking Company has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. How many stockings can you find? Looks like there is a chunk of coal hidden, hopefully the gingerbread men find it before it makes it into a stocking.
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Bodie Island Lighthouse Ornament

$16.99

Standing nearly 170 feet tall, this lighthouse is one of only a dozen brick tower lighthouses left in the US. Built in 1872 near Nags Head, NC, this tower still retains its original first order Fresnel lens. The island was named after the Body family who once lived there.
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Boston City Ornament

$29.99

Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and its largest city. Founded in 1630, Boston is a rich part of early America history that attracts millions of tourists each year. One of Boston s most popular attractions is Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912, making it the oldest baseball park in the country
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Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Ornament

$14.99

Lighthouses are sources of inspiration and comfort. The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is the tallest in the nation and a symbol of North Carolina. Its light can be seen 20 miles out to sea and warns sailors of the treacherous Diamond Shoals. Its spiral stripes have earned it the nickname of The Big Barber Pole .
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Cape May Lighthouse Ornament

$12.99

Found at the tip of New Jersey s southern shore, the Cape May Lighthouse attracts visitors from around the world to the coastal resort city. The lighthouse is spectacular and breathtaking and it is surrounded by beautiful Victorian buildings that are sure to impress visitors.
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Carousel Horse Ornament

$24.99

Originally designed in the 1600s to train horsemen, a fanciful carousel was created by an inventive Parisian toy maker who wanted everyone to enjoy the fun. Over the centuries brass poles, mirrors, jewels, lights, music, fantastic hand-carved wooden horses, and other creatures would adorn these carousels.
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Chicago Ornament

$29.99

Millions of people visit America's windy city each year. The city is not named for its windy weather but for its long-winded politicians of the past. Visitors seek sights such as the Sears Tower, Chicago Theater, Navy Pier, Aon Center, and to ride the L subway system.
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Christmas Chapel Ornament

$19.99

Standing in town squares, cathedrals and churches represent the heritage and culture of the people. Since glassblowers often created images that reflected their day-to-day lives, some ornaments were proudly styled after the lovely churches found in their own hometowns.
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Christmas Tree Lot-GC130

$21.99

Christmas tree Lot has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. How are the gingerbread men keeping warm can you find the pot belly stove?
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Christmastime Cottage Ornament

$29.99

Nestled in quaint little villages, cottages represent the heritage and culture of the glass ornament artisans. They often created images that reflected their day-to-day lives. Therefore, cottage ornaments were proudly styled after the humble homes in which the glassblowers lived and worked.
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Covered Bridge & Sleigh-GC111

$19.99

Covered Ginger Bridge-One Horse Open Sleigh has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. Over the river and through the woods with gingerbread men perhaps?
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Covered Bridge Ornament

$18.99

Covered Bridges recall simpler times and small towns where everyone knew their neighbors. Nicknamed kissing bridges, reasons are varied as to why they were covered perhaps to preserve the truss structure, to prevent oxen from balking when crossing water, or protect travelers during storms
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Covered Bridge-Amish Buggy-GC111A

$19.99

Covered Ginger Bridge-Amish Horse and Buggy has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. Over the river and through the woods on what day?
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Currituck Lighthouse Ornament

$15.99

On December 1, 1875, the beacon of the Currituck Beach Lighthouse filled in a previously dark mile gap along the North Carolina coast. To distinguish the Currituck Beach Lighthouse from other regional lighthouses, its brick exterior was left unpainted.
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Dallas City Ornament

$29.99

Dallas is a great metropolis in north Texas and is a commercial and cultural hub of the region. The city features attractions on almost every corner, including the Bank of America Building, Fountain Palace, Reunion Tower, Renaissance Tower and the Old Red Courthouse. More than 44 million people visit this great American city each year.
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Diner Ornament

$24.99 $12.49

Diners often stay open 24 hours a day, especially in cities, making them an essential part of urban culture. Styling was borrowed from railroad dining cars, hence the term diner. Diners are symbols of American optimism and represent the period of prosperity in the 1950s.
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Drosselmeyer's Nutcrackers-GC107

$19.99

Drosselmeyer s Nutcrackers has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. How many nutcrackers can you find?
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Egyptian Pyramid Ornament

$17.99

Egyptian pyramids are some of the largest structures built and represent Ancient Egyptian civilization. Ancient pyramids were built as tombs for queens and pharaohs of the time. The pyramids were grand to honor those laid to rest inside. Visiting these architectural feats is a humbling experience.
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Eiffel Tower Ornament

$24.99

The Eiffel Tower, named after its designer, Gustave Eiffel, was built between 1887 and 1889 as the entrance arch for the Exposition Universelle, a World's Fair marking the centennial of the French Revolution. It is a global icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world.
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Eldred Rock Lighthouse Ornament

$29.99

Along the banks of the Lynn Canal in Southeast Alaska is the Eldred Rock Lighthouse. This historic site was constructed in 1905 because of the many shipwrecks nearby during the Gold Rush. Notable also is the fact that this is the last of the 12 manned lighthouses that were started in Alaska.
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Elf Academy Schoolhouse-GC121

$19.99

Elf Academy One Room School House has a small hole on its underside designed to borrow a standard bulb from your Christmas tree to light up the cottage. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. Looks like the elf teacher left a few things behind an apple and a pencil, can you find them?
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Elf Cottage (Illuminated)-GC001 Ornament

$17.99

Unlike most of the other designs the Elf Cottage comes equipped with its very own light. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. This is just the beginning Can you find the others? Maybe a gingerbread man or two?
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