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Pumpkin Spice Latte Ornament

$17.99

The unofficial start of autumn is when coffee shops begin serving the much-adored pumpkin spice latte. The delicious blend of warm spices creates an aroma of fall. People welcome the season to cozy up with a warm drink.
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Cornucopia Ornament

$19.99

With its horn shape displaying an abundance of the autumn harvest, the Cornucopia, also known as the Horn of Plenty, is a symbol of thanksgiving. The bounty of cascading fall fruits and fresh picked veg etables make the cornucopia a fitting bestowed upon man.
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Piece Of Pumpkin Pie

$12.99

Sweetly spicy and flavorful Pumpkin pie is a traditional and favorite dessert at Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. Rich, ripe orange pumpkins are associated with the bountiful harvest, so as we eat our pumpkin pie, we count our blessings.
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Pumpkin Ornament

$11.99

Harvested in autumn, ripe orange pumpkins are associated with fall holidays and festivals. For Halloween, they are carved as Jack O Lanterns. For Thanksgiving, pumpkins symbolize the bounty of the harvest and are the main ingredient of a favorite holiday treat pumpkin pie!
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Apple Basket Ornament

$14.99

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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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Tom Turkey Ornament

$18.99

The Turkey symbolizes altruism and self-sacrifice. It is the centerpiece of today s Thanksgiving dinner, which commemorates the first Thanksgiving in 1621, when the Pilgrims and Native Americans shared a harvest meal. Ben Franklin championed the turkey as our national symbol, but the bald eagle won!
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Apple Pie Ornament

$14.99

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This very American dessert is simple to make (apples and spices, baked in a crust) and unique to each baker. Apple pie is the ultimate comfort food nostalgic, rustic and delicious. Enjoy it with cheddar cheese, ice cream or a rich cup of coffee.
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Turkey Platter Ornament

$17.99

In many homes, it wouldn't be Christmas without a traditional stuffed turkey for dinner. This beautiful turkey is dressed with served on a shiny silver platter. Commemorate the gathering of friends and family with this charming ornament.
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Pilgrim Thanksgiving

$24.99

Thanksgiving celebrates the autumn feast between the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Nation in . The generosity shown by the natives reminds us to give thanks and be good to one another, regardless of culture, race, or beliefs.
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Maple Leaf (a) Ornament

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More than 200 varieties of the maple tree grow throughout the world. In the fall, as the days grow shorter and temperatures decline, maple leaves change into brilliant colors of orange, red and golds. This glass Maple Leaf ornament captures the beauty of autumn for you to enjoy.
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Assorted Miniature Pumpkins

$8.99

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Harvested in autumn, ripe orange pumpkins are associated with fall holidays and festivals. For Halloween, they are carved as Jack O Lanterns. For Thanksgiving, pumpkins symbolize the bounty of the harvest and are the main ingredient of a favorite holiday treat pumpkin pie!
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  • Harvest Time! Make Your Own Fruit and Veggie Tree Harvest Time! Make Your Own Fruit and Veggie Tree
    Autumn is officially here. It is a time of cool mornings, sunny and warm afternoons, sweaters and homemade soups. Gardens are overflowing with pumpkins, tomatoes, potatoes and greens. This year we think a harvest tree preceding the Christmas tree filled with fruit and veggie ornaments would be seasonal, and a beautiful fall decoration.
  • A Ginger Cottages Christmas Adventure A Ginger Cottages Christmas Adventure

    Visions of sugar plums danced in my head as I nestled back into my cozy seat, and in a flash the train was off. Reflecting on my trip while munching on the second pretzel I was amazed with my unexpected trip wondering how I’d describe my trip. If only I had a memento. I carefully unwrapped my early Christmas present from the hands of the man himself to discover delightful replicas of each place I visited. Knowing I’d set it up each Christmas, as a magical visual of an incredible trip, I was thankful for the story to go with it. 

  • The Sweet Gingerbread House Christmas Tradition The Sweet Gingerbread House Christmas Tradition
    Whether it’s an ornament on your tree or an edible gingerbread house on your counter, Old World Christmas believes gingerbread houses are a beautiful, memorable and creative activity for the Christmas season.