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Brussel Sprout Ornament

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MSRP: $9.99

It s not really a baby cabbage, but it's from the same family. The edible sprout was grown near Brussels, Belgium & the French brought them to Louisiana in the 18th century. There are numerous ways to prepare this healthy & tasty vegetable. They are also the weapon of choice at SantaCon, during the annual Brussel Sprout fight!

Dimensions: 2.5 X 2 X 2 (HxLxW)

Item Number: #28120

UPC: 729343281203

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03/25/2019
Heather
Can't wait to purchase again!

I've been an Old World collector since I was young. I love that we can shop from the complete collection directly on-line now. Fast shipping and arrived in perfect condition. My friend loved receiving her fave veggie in adorable sparkling ornament form! Can't wait to purchase again for my personal collection and gift giving.

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Hi Heather- We are so happy your friend is enjoying her sparkling Brussel Sprout Ornament, what could be better than your favorite veggie on the Christmas tree.

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