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Sailboat Ornament

$19.99

Sailing on a windy, sunny day at the lake or ocean means freedom and excitement. Sport sailing, or yachting, seems to have originated in Holland during the 17th century. It spread to England and eventually the U.S. This little sailboat serves as reminder of happy times on the water.
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Covered Bridge Ornament

$21.99

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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Barn Ornament

$24.99

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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Classic Car Ornament

$27.99

The Classic 1957 introduced new styling such as rear-fins and mechanical options for varying budgets. Today, it is one of the most recognizable body styles from the first century of automobile design. The car is popular with collectors, hot rod enthusiasts, and artists, making this ornament the perfect gift for a car enthusiast!
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Currituck Lighthouse

$17.99

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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Observatory Ornament

$19.99 $9.99

Since time began, people have been curious about the heavens. Observatories have allowed people to study the stars and planets of outer space. The final frontier, outer space offers so much unknown that it makes the human mind to really wonder what lies beyond our planet.
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Seattle Skyline Ornament

$34.99

Seattle is a major seaport and the largest city in the Northwestern U.S. This unique glass ornament depicts some of the landmarks of this beautiful city. Most notable are the Space Needle and Monorail from the 1962 World’s Fair, Pike Place Market, the Smith Tower and the Experience Music Project.
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Grand Teton National Park Ornament

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Grand Teton National Park in northwestern Wyoming is known for its breathtaking mountain views, close proximity to Yellowstone National Park and Jackson Hole. This 310,000-acre park attracts mountaineers, hikers, fishermen, and photographers. No matter the season, the Tetons will always impress, humble and showcase nature s beauty and strength.
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New Orleans Ornament

$34.99

New Orleans, referred to as the most unique city in the U.S., was named for the Duke of Orleans. The city was established by French colonists and is still strongly influenced by the culture. Known for the distinct French and Spanish Creole architecture, the city is famous for the annual Mardi Gras festival.
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Slot Machine Ornament

$21.99

The Slot Machine gained popularity across the United States and later, the world. Slots now account for 70% to 80% of casino revenue. Slot machines today are no longer mechanical. They are completely electronic and come in millions of varieties for you to try your luck!
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Mardi Gras Mask Ornament

$27.99

The celebration begins on Twelfth Night (January 6th) and continues to Fat Tuesday, with parades, masked balls and general revelry. What better way to enjoy this last hurrah before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday than by donning a mask and joining the party. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
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Leaning Tower Of Pisa

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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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Egyptian Pyramid Ornament

$19.99

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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State Of Ohio Ornament

$24.99 $12.49

Ohio dons its name from the Ohio River and is a highly populated Midwestern state. The Buckeye State is known as the Mother of Presidents: as 8 US Presidents hail from Ohio. Here, the Wright Brothers invented the airplane and the Ohio State is its largest university. Ohio is the home to the Pro Football and Rock and Roll Hall of Fames.
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Santa's NP Express Engine

$29.99

Santa s North Pole Express Engine is one train you don t want to miss. The beautifully crafted engine is pre-lit and ready to display. Upon lighting your cottage, you will immediately discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. The conductor of this train is a very special conductor who is he?
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Totem Pole Ornament

$29.99

Totem Poles are made by the Native Americans of the Pacific Northwest. Carved from giant trees, each is a beautiful piece of artwork and tells a story. Consisting of animal "totems," or symbols, standing upon each other, the poles also tell of the tribe's status and history.
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British Taxi Ornament

$24.99

The Hackney Carriage appeared in London in 1636, originally as horse-drawn carriages and now the friendly black cars we know today. It takes years to pass the taxi driver test, called The Knowledge but rest assured that your cabbie can get you anywhere in London in the shortest time, all without GPS.
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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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State Of New Jersey Ornament

$24.99

The Garden State is the fourth smallest state but is the most densely populated. New Jersey includes 130 miles of Atlantic Coast with 11 lighthouses that have guided mariners for over a century and welcomed thousands of tourists and beachgoers to the Jersey Shore each year.
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Philadelphia Ornament

$34.99

The City of Brotherly Love was founded by Quaker William Penn in 1682 as a place of religious tolerance. Pennsylvania s largest town is rich with history & has numerous claims to fame. By 1751 Benjamin Franklin founded the first library & hospital there. The Philly Cheesesteak was invented in the 1930s, but didn’t include cheese until the 40s.
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Sparkling Cathedral Ornament

$24.99

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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Redwood Tree Ornament

$19.99

Redwood trees can grow to be very large. The largest known tree in the world is a redwood named the General Sherman Tree, located in California. Redwoods have adapted to survive forest fires by developing thick, fire-resistant bark and cones that open to produce seeds during a fire so new trees can sprout.
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Holiday Lighthouse Ornament

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Lighthouses are sources of inspiration and comfort. Sturdy structures with an ever-beaming light, lighthouses guide sailors to safety during dark skies and tempests. As beacons of light, they symbolize the Light of Christ, Jesus’ love and His guidance throughout the year and the holiday season.
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Santa Train-GC108

$21.99

Santa's Train is stocked up and ready to deliver. At first glance you will discover the first of many secrets, the beautifully crafted scene inside. Look close for a sweet surprise candy cane anyone?
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State Of Washington Ornament

$24.99

Washington State, the Evergreen State sees people flock by the millions to visit. Tourists stop along the Puget Sound to see whales migrating and visit the Space Needle to catch a glimpse of Mount Rainier. Washington produces over half the country's apples each year.
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Lighthouse Ornament

$21.99

Lighthouses are sources of inspiration and comfort. Sturdy structures with an ever-beaming light, lighthouses guide sailors to safety during dark skies and tempests. As beacons of light, they symbolize the Light of Christ, Jesus’ love, and His guidance throughout the year and the holiday season.
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Food Truck Ornament

$21.99

Food trucks were once known for serving cheap greasy food. Today, food trucks are popping up around the country serving some of the tastiest and healthiest plates around. Food trucks offer variety and novelty, are fast, and are often healthier and cheaper than most other alternatives.
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Canadian Flag Ornament

$24.99

The Canadian Flag consists of a red maple leaf, the widely recognized symbol of Canada, on a white section between two red fields. The white areas represent peace and honesty, and the red symbolizes hardiness, bravery and strength. This national flag was introduced on February 15, 1965.
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Sequoia National Park

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Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains was established in 1890. The park is home to the highest point in the lower 48 states, Mount Whitney. It is also famously known for giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman tree.
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St. Louis Arch Ornament

$21.99

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The St. Louis Arch is 630ft tall, making it the tallest monument in the Western hemisphere. It represents the expansion of the United States westward and is also known as the Gateway Arch. The Arch also represents coming together, which is also shared by many during the holiday season.
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