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Our New Home Ornament

$24.99

Cottages represent the heritage and culture of the glassblowers. They frequently created images that reflected their day to day lives. Ornaments were proudly styled after the homes in which they lived. This ornament is especially designed to capture the love and charm of a new home, and makes a perfect gift or keepsake.
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New York City Ornament

$24.99

New York City is a top tourist destination. Over 50 million people visit the big apple each year. With so many things to see and do, such as the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Center, the Empire State Building, Broadway, and Central Park, it is easy to understand why so many visit each year.
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Golden Gate Bridge Ornament

$17.99

Inaugurated on May 27, 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge spans the entrance to San Francisco Bay. When completed, it was the world's longest and tallest suspension bridge. A masterly example of engineering, it is painted "International Orange", to provide enhanced visibility.
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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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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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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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English Phonebooth Ornament

$19.99

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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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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Yellowstone National Park Ornament

$19.99

Millions of people flock to Yellowstone National Park each year to capture memories of its iconic canyons, rivers, forests, geysers and incredible wildlife. The most famous features of the park include Old Faithful, Morning Glory, Grand Canyon and Mammoth Hot Springs.
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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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Lake Cabin Ornament

$19.99

Cabins and cottages, nestled in villages and throughout the countryside, often represent the heritage and culture of the glassblowers. This little Lake Cabin ornament serves as a reminder of all the special times spent by the lake. They say that if you are lucky enough to spend time at a cabin, you are truly lucky!
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Grand Canyon National Park

$19.99

Grand Canyon National Park features a unique and expansive gorge of the Colorado River. The amazing geologic colors and erosion forms decorate the 277 mile canyon. Cherish the sights and memories of this park forever.
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Las Vegas Sign Ornament

$17.99

This beautiful glass Las Vegas Sign ornament celebrates the city in Nevada known as the "City of Lights," as well as the "Entertainment Capital of the World." The design is based on the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign that has been an area landmark since 1959.
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School House Ornament

$19.99

The little red School House was a common sight in small towns throughout the United States in the 1800s and early 1900s. With few supplies, books or individual chalkboards, all students from the first grade through the eighth were tutored by the same teacher in one simple room.
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Washington D.c. Ornament

$29.99

Millions of people visit the United States capitol each year to see the great and historical sights of the nation. Visitors flock to the Washington Monument, the White House, Lincoln Memorial, Capitol Building and the Smithsonian Museum. One of the most popular attractions each spring is the Cherry Blossom Festival.
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Great Smoky Mountains National

$19.99

Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. The park offers lush forests and wildflowers that bloom year-round. Streams, rivers and waterfalls appear along hiking routes including part of the Appalachian Trail. An observation tower tops Clingmans Dome, the highest peak, offering scenic views.
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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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Log Cabin Ornament

$14.99

Many years ago, log cabins provided shelter on the American Frontier as settlers moved west. In fact, our 16th President, Honest Abe Lincoln, was raised in a log cabin. Today the Log Cabin ornament represents the pioneer spirit, hard work, and the pleasures of the simple life.
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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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Rainbow Row Ornament

$29.99

Rainbow Row is the series of thirteen colorful and historic houses in Charleston, South Carolina. This is the longest cluster of row houses in the U.S. The houses earned their name in the 1930s because they were painted pastel colors. Today, this is one of the most photographed and popular tourist stops in the city.
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Leaning Tower Of Pisa Ornament

$24.99

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is the freestanding bell tower of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa. Constructed in stages beginning in 1174, it started to lean when the third of its eight stories was built. It still stands today and is one of the most famous structures in Italy.
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Sand Castle Ornament

$16.99

With water and sand, children playfully create small castles of their dreams. In sand sculpture contests, adults' complex creations can be as large as 18 feet tall. Regardless of size or shape, all Sand Castles have one thing in common, they cannot withstand the power and reality of the rising tide.
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Ocracoke Lighthouse Ornament

$14.99

The Ocracoke Island Lighthouse in Outer Banks, North Carolina is the oldest lighthouse in the state. It is also the smallest lighthouse on the Outer Banks, standing just 65 feet tall, however it can be seen from 14 miles out at sea. Ocracoke Island is famous for pirates exploiting the passing ships.
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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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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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Rocky Mountain National Park

$24.99

President Woodrow Wilson signed the Rocky Mountain National Park Act on January 26, 1915. This 265,000-acre park is located just north of Denver, Colorado, and is split by the Continental Divide. Bighorn sheep can be seen there, and are the park's symbol.
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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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Yosemite National Park Ornament

$19.99

California s Sierra Nevada mountains contain Yosemite National Park. Millions of people from around the world visit the park to take in its incredible sequoia trees, Bridal Veil Falls, the granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome.

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