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Robin Ornament

2 reviews

MSRP: $15.99

The Story Behind

According to legend, robins acquired their red breasts on the first Christmas. A robin saw the Christ Child shivering as the fire began to die, so the bird flew close to the embers and began fanning them with its wings. As the fire began to burn more brightly, its heat burned the compassionate robin s breast and turned it red.

Measurements: 2 X 8.25 X 1.75 (HxLxW)

Each glass ornament is mouth-blown into finely carved molds

A solution of hot liquid silver is added for exceptional color and vibrance

Ornaments are then hand-painted and hand-glittered for a fine finish

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JM
08/02/2020
John m.
United States United States

Beautiful bird

The Robin is a beautiful example of the birds available at Old World. The various birds make our tree look alive at Christmas.

SA
07/04/2020
Susan A.
United States United States

Robin

Beautiful ornament

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