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Bride's Ornaments Collection

$119.99

According to tradition, the newlywed couple's Christmas tree should include the following 12 ornaments to ensure a happy life together: Rabbit (hope & faith), Angel (God's guidance in the home), Fish (God's blessing), Santa (unselfishness & goodwill), Pine Cone (motherhood & faith), Rose (beauty & affection), Fruit Basket (generosity), Bird (happiness & joy), Teapot (Hospitality), House (shelter & protection), Heart (true love) and Flower Bouquet (good wishes) Each collection is packed in a lovely keepsake box, including a certificate explaining the ornaments' meanings. What a lovely way to start a new family's first tradition!
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Wedding Ornament Collection

$69.99

This delightful Wedding Collection includes six beautiful blown-glass ornaments, each hand-painted & glittered by artisans. Each collection comes packaged in a keepsake box, including a certificate of remembrance to document the wedding day. The set includes: Wedding Bells, Rose Bouquet, Wedding Heart, Bride, Wedding Chapel and Groom. The Wedding Collection makes a wonderful present & a cherished memento.
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Housewarming Ornaments Collection

$74.99

Our Housewarming Collection makes an adorable gift for all the new home dwellers you know! Each collectible set includes six blown-glass ornaments, each hand-painted & glittered by artisans. These Christmas ornaments come packaged in a keepsake box, including a card to memorialize the occasion. The figurine set includes: Stand Mixer, Cookie Jar, Welcome Home Mailbox, Holiday Home, Cheers and Classic Barbecue. The Housewarming Collection makes a wonderful present & a cherished memento.

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