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Narwhal Ornament

6 reviews

MSRP: $17.99

Swimming the icy waters of the Arctic Sea, narwhals are known for the long, thin tusk adorning their heads. The seemingly useless tusk is not used for hunting or fighting. Long ago narwhal sightings reinforced the belief of unicorns. Imagine stumbling upon a washed-up tusk on shore, thinking you'd found a unicorn horn!

Dimensions: 1.75 X 2 X 6.25 (HxLxW)

Item Number: #12538

UPC: 729343125385

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09/04/2020
SALLY M.
United States United States
Narwhal Ornament ¡Bien Hecho !

Love it very cute---looks a bit more like a dolphin but still wonderful. Package arrived in good shape. Very happy with purchase and service.

RN
09/04/2020
Robin N.
United States United States
Narwhal

This is so cute and looks fantastic. Thrilled to get it in one piece!

BI
09/01/2020
Beth i.
United States United States
Magical!

I have always given ornaments to my children and now my grandchildren as well. This little Narwhal is lovely and embraces the memory of my grandson's first Halloween costume--a Narwhal! It will be a nice surprise when I give them this year.

LT
08/02/2020
Lynn T.
United States United States
Great service

Great !! Christmas gift 2020. Can’t wait to give it to my Granddaughter for Christmas �

J
06/29/2020
JustJayne
United States United States
Special!

An unusual ornament, perfect for my niece's tree of beach/ocean ornaments. Love the long glittered horn, but wish it had been packed with a cardboard or plastic supporting tube around it.

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