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Barn Owl Ornament

$18.99

Known by many names, such as Straw and Ghost, this nocturnal hunter consumes about 4 rodents a night. They mate for life, and have a distinct screech. Its powerful eyesight & sensitive hearing make the owl a successful bird of prey.
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Honey Bee Ornament

$14.99

Buzz! Bees hold the world together. Their cross-pollination keeps crops and wild plants thriving. These hard-workers are the only insect to produce food eaten by man, honey. It's not all sweetness; when provoked, they can deliver a sharp sting.
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Axe Ornament

$14.99

Since the Stone Age, mankind has relied on this amazingly useful tool. Today it s a simple steel head attached to a wooden handle, and comes in a variety of sizes depending on your chopping needs. The hatchet is a single-handed axe, ideal for splitting firewood. Need to fell a tree? Use a regular two-handed axe. Timber!
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Spring Chicken Ornament

$19.99

The origin of the Spring Chicken phrase is factual; farmers found chickens born in the spring brought better prices than old chickens that survived the winter. Chickens are vital to farm life; they lay eggs, produce fertilizer and eventually sacrifice their life. These animals help farm families survive.
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Hen On Nest Ornament

$17.99

This Hen on Nest ornament is a beautiful symbol of the warmth and safety of home, farm, and family. Our adorable chicken Christmas tree ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold; then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, our hen Christmas ornament was delicately hand-painted with brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Pygmy Goat Ornament

$14.99

Pygmy Goats originated in western Africa and were first imported to the U.S. in the 1950s. Due to their friendly, good-natured personalities and hardiness, these goats are popular as cooperative providers of milk, ecologically effective browsers and pets.
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Western Horse Ornament

$17.99

The Horse is a noble animal that represents loyalty, courage, grace, and speed. Whether it is ridden in a competition, rodeo, on the ranch or on the trail, cowboys and cowgirls have always appreciated the value of a good horse.
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Donkey Ornament

$16.99

The Donkey signifies patience, courage, meekness and gentleness. According to Christian legends, donkeys originally had unmarked hides, but after Palm Sunday, when Jesus rode into Jerusalem on the back of a kind donkey, they all received the mark of the cross on their back as a reminder of their service.
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Snowflake Horse Ornament

$24.99

The horse is a noble animal representing loyalty, courage, grace, and speed. On the evening of December 5th and on the day of December 6th, Saint Nicholas himself rides upon a beautiful white steed traveling throughout parts of northern Europe.
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Beekeeper's Hood Ornament

$16.99

Beekeeping is an ancient practice, which dates back millennia. Bees aren't naturally aggressive but they can get defensive if they think their hive is under attack. The wise apiarist wears protective clothing including gloves and a netted hood.
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Snowy Pig Ornament

$14.99

Pigs are considered by many to bring prosperity and good luck. This cheerful little piglet is dressed in a Christmas red stocking cap and scarf and is doing her best to stay warm while spreading the joy of the season.
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Sheep With Lamb Ornament

$14.99

...And the lion shall lay down with the lamb, says the Bible when peace reigns throughout the world. The lamb symbolizes innocence, gentleness and purity. This glass Sheep with a Lamb ornament signifies the heartfelt wish at Christmas for peace on Earth and goodwill toward men.
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Holly Pig Ornament

$14.99

Pigs are considered by many to bring prosperity and good luck. This cheerful little piglet is dressed in a Christmas red cap and holly wreath and is doing her best to stay warm while spreading the joy of the season.
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Chicken Coop Ornament

$29.99

The chicken coop, or hen house is a safety zone for chickens. It provides an indoor protected area for chickens to sleep, lay eggs and nest. Chicken coops can be simple structures or extravagant creations. These feathery friends produce nutritious food for Christmas brunch and deserve a chicken mansion!
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Llama Ornament

$19.99

Llamas are used as pack animals in many areas of the world. Sociable, curious and gentle, they are easy to handle and friendly to humans. Since llama hair is luxurious, warm, non-greasy and light-weight, it is prized by knitters and weavers.
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Rainbow Carrots Ornament

$14.99

Delicious juicy, crunchy carrots of every color. Rainbow carrots might sound like the creation of a preschooler coloring, but these vegetables are as real as the classic orange carrots. Rainbow carrots brighten a dinner plate and this ornament will bring brightness, color and a sparkle to a chef, gardener or veggie lover s Christmas tree.
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Christmas Ham Ornament

$14.99

Pigs are considered to bring good luck and prosperity. In Germany, the word dickbauch means fat stomach, and it is often heard in December. According to tradition, you should eat well on Christmas Eve to avoid being haunted that night and to insure luck and prosperity in the New Year.
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Heirloom Rooster Ornament

$19.99

According to legend the rooster has only crowed once at midnight. This was to announce the birth of the Baby Jesus. For this reason, Spanish and Latin American countries call their midnight mass on Christmas Eve the "Mass of the Rooster," or Misa del Gallo.
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Sheep Ornament

$14.99

...And the lion shall lay down with the lamb, says the Bible when peace reigns throughout the world. The lamb symbolizes innocence, purity and gentleness. This glass Sheep ornament signifies the heartfelt wish at Christmas for peace on Earth and goodwill toward men.
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Black Clydesdale Ornament

$19.99

The Clydesdale is a magnificent and hardworking draft horse known for its strength and versatility. Derived from strong farm horses of the Clydesdale region of Scotland, they have been used for pulling heavy loads for over 300 years. Intelligent and agreeable, the Clydesdale makes a wonderful work partner.
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Flying Pig Ornament

$17.99

"When pigs fly" is a figure of speech used to suggest that something is impossible. However, sometimes with tremendous effort or luck, the seemingly impossible occurs! Celebrate an amazing event or accomplishment with this fun and whimsical ornament.
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Arabian Horse Ornament

$19.99

Arabian horses are one of the oldest and most recognizable breeds in the world. With their distinctive head shape and high tail carriage, Arabian horses have been depicted in history for 4,500 years. Arabian horses have been used for war, trade and racing. Today, almost every breed of horse includes Arabian bloodlines.
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Big Pig (a) Ornament

$14.99

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Pigs are considered to bring good luck and prosperity. In Germany, the word dickbauch means fat stomach, and it is often heard in December. According to tradition, you should eat well on Christmas Eve to avoid being haunted that night and to insure luck and prosperity in the New Year.
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Assorted Dairy Cows (a) Ornament

$19.99

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As a provider of milk, the cow is a universal symbol of motherhood, nourishment, and abundance. This glass ornament was mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold, then hand-painted with many brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Mouse (a) Ornament

$9.99

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Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse! declares the famous poem, The Night Before Christmas. However, this tiny mouse has managed to find his way to the kitchen and help himself to a sweet treat. After all, Christmas is for everyone!
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Caroling Mouse (a) Ornament

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"Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse!" declares Clement Moore's famous poem, "The Night Before Christmas." However, this little mouse has managed to find his way out to sing Christmas carols. After all, Christmas is for everyone!
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Assorted Miniature Roosters

$9.99

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According to legend the rooster has crowed only once at midnight - when it announced the birth of the Baby Jesus. For this reason, Spanish and Latin American Countries call their midnight mass on Christmas Eve the Mass of the Rooster, or Misa del Gallo.

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