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Santa With Face Mask

183 reviews

MSRP: $27.99

The Story Behind

Santa wants to keep you and his friends at the North Pole safe this Christmas so he s wearing a mask. You may not see Santa s smile behind the mask but the twinkle in his eyes will let you know that he s happy to see you re on his nice list this year!

Measurements: 4.5 X 2.5 X 2.75 (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

PRODUCT REVIEWS

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CT
03/05/2022
Cathie T.
United States

Santa with face mask

It was a hit. Everyone at my ornament exchange wanted it.

CM
03/02/2022
Carrie M.
United States United States

Fabulous

Receiver thrilled with cleverness of item.

JB
02/06/2022
Jennifer B.
United States United States

Santa Tree

I collect Santa ornaments, from gifts that friends give to me, to our family vacations. I write the year or event relevant to the Santa, and who gave it to me or the city from which I discovered it. Also, I have given a Santa ornament to my children every year (ages 27 and 25 now). I have a beautiful, sentimental Santa scrapbook tree. The two masked Santas were the perfect ones to capture the season of the pandemic!

K
02/04/2022
Kari
United States United States

Christmas Memory

Covid Santa will remind us in coming years of just how precious time with family is at the holidays, and that there are lots of ways to share our love when we can’t physically be together.

KM
01/07/2022
Kathleen M.
Canada Canada

Love it

Our family has a tradition of handing down Christmas ornaments from each generation. Each one reflects the era in which it was made. This one is perfect for this, and the ornament itself is very lovely.

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