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Apple Basket Ornament

$14.99

Apples were the traditional Christian symbol of temptation. Apples were hung on evergreen trees during the presentation of the Paradise plays in medieval times and used during reenactments of the story of Adam and Eve on Christmas Eve to reinforce the meaning of Christ s birth.
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Avocado Ornament

$9.99

Legend has it that the first avocado was eaten by a Mayan Princess in Mexico around 300 B.C. It is also known as the alligator pear which describes the fruit s texture and pear shape. This beautiful glass ornament was carefully crafted for you to enjoy as a holiday decoration.
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Basket Of Blueberries Ornament

$14.99

Blueberries are one of the few truly blue foods, as well as one of the few fruits native to North America. Native American tribes in the Northeast revered and enjoyed Blueberries. Though small, they have a huge amount of nutrition and parts of the plant are also used as medicine.
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Blackberry Ornament

$9.99

Blackberries are lovely edible soft fruit. The sweet fruit grows on a prickly, thorny shrub that grows extensively if not maintained. Picking blackberries may result in a few scrapes and scratches but the reward is a delicious sweet treat that s good fresh, frozen, baked or jammed!
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Cherries Ornament

$12.99

This beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, the ornament was delicately hand-painted with many brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Chocolate Dipped Strawberry

$14.99

Long ago, strawberries were served at festivals and special occasions for peace and prosperity. The indulgence of chocolate combined with a fresh strawberry creates a favorite mouth-watering dessert popular today.
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Coconut Ornament

$14.99

The word, coconut has Portuguese and Spanish roots meaning head or skull. The shape and indentations of the coconut s shell resemble facial features. Coconuts are a distinct fruit because of the large amount of water found inside the shell. Many holiday desserts and treats are made with tasty, sweetened coconut flakes.
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Grapefruit Ornament

$14.99

The grapefruit is known for its sour to semi-sweet taste and is a popular breakfast item. It was named the forbidden fruit when it was discovered by a group of people seeking the origins of the tree of good and evil in the Garden of Eden.
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Kiwi Ornament

$9.99

Kiwifruit is also known as Chinese gooseberry and is the edible fruit of a woody vine plant. Kiwis are loaded with vitamin C, even more than an orange! The bright green flesh of the fruit is speckled with little black seeds that add a dramatic tropical flair.
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Lemon Slice Ornament

$9.99

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! The lemon is prized for its vibrant yellow color as a beautiful addition to any holiday or culinary display. It has a sour taste, however, so the tart flavor of a lemon, like life itself, is enhanced and enjoyed with some sweetener.
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Lime Slice Ornament

$9.99

Limes are prized for their vibrant green color. They make a beautiful addition to any holiday or culinary display. Limes have a sour taste, so the tart flavor, like life itself, is enhanced and enjoyed with a little sweetness.
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Peach Ornament

$12.99

In many eastern cultures, the peach is a symbol of long life and marriage. Since peach trees blossom early in the spring, peaches also signify fertility. In Christian art, a peach with a leaf attached represents the unity of the heart and tongue, indicating words truthfully spoken.
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Peeled Banana Ornament

$14.99

Often referred to as Nature's Wonder Fruit, bananas are one of the most widely consumed foods in the world. Sweet and easy to peel and eat, they contain fiber, minerals, and major vitamins, which makes them an ideal high energy snack.
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Pineapple Ornament

$14.99

Pineapples symbolize friendship and graciousness. They were hung on front doors or gateposts as signs of welcome and hospitality. People eventually began carving designs of pineapples into their doorways to welcome friends or even strangers into their homes.
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Red Delicious Apple Ornament

$11.99

Apples were the traditional Christian symbol of temptation. Apples were hung on evergreen trees during the presentation of the Paradise plays in medieval times and used during the reenactment of the story of Adam and Eve on Christmas Eve to reinforce the meaning of Christ s birth.
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Sparkling Strawberry Ornament

$9.99

In medieval Europe, strawberries were served at festivals and important state occasions to ensure peace and prosperity. They were carved into Church pillars to symbolize perfection and righteousness. In provincial France, strawberries were considered an aphrodisiac, so newlyweds were traditionally served a strawberry soup.
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Summer Strawberry Ornament

$11.99

In medieval Europe, strawberries were served at festivals and important state occasions to ensure peace and prosperity. They were carved into church pillars to symbolize perfection and righteousness. In provincial France, strawberries were once considered an aphrodisiac, so newlyweds were traditionally served a strawberry soup.
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Sweet Strawberry Ornament

$6.99 $3.49

In medieval Europe, straw berries were served at festivals and important state occasions to ensure peace and prosperity. They were carved into Church pillars to symbolize perfection and righteousness. In provincial France, strawberries were considered an aphrodisiac, so newlyweds were traditionally served a strawberry soup.
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Tomatoes On Vine Ornament

$17.99

Are tomatoes a fruit or a vegetable? Either way, tomatoes are delicious and nutritious! Tomatoes are botanically a fruit but used in cooking as a vegetable. Early glassblowers enjoyed making tomato ornaments because of their vibrant colors and they re still a hit today!
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Watermelon Wedge Ornament

$14.99

This beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, the ornament was delicately hand-painted with many brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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