President Dwight David Eisenhower was born on October 14, 1890 in the town of Denison Texas. His parents, David and Ida, were members of the River Brethren church in Abilene, Kansas, an off-shoot of the Mennonite faith based in Switzerland. Abilene was a well known as a major cow town...Click for More Details
White House Christmas Ornament pleased to offer the Official 24 karat gold-plated ornament featuring the Capitol Building surrounded by festive five pointed star introduced in the Flag Act of 1777 with a white floret pattern with red accents.Click for More Details
The Official Ornament of the United States Senate evokes an old-fashioned snow globe featuring the US Capitol dome, the east front extension, and the Capitol Christmas tree. Snowflakes suspended in air gently swirl through the globe, which is accented with laurel bows and red ribbons.Click for More Details
White House Christmas Ornament is proud to present the 2019 Mount Vernon Christmas Ornament. Holidays with the Washingtons features an artistic interpretation of a gingerbread cookie tree covered in stars, bells, pinwheels, snowflakes, socks, candy canes, gum drops, and a crystal gem embedding to the star on top. The bottom of the ornament has gingerbread George and Martha standing in front of their home covered in white icing.Click for More Details
The Official 2019 Capitol Hill History Ornament celebrates the U.S. Capitol's two most iconic features: the soaring cast iron Dome based on the Pantheon in Paris and its spacious interior Rotunda.Click for More Details
This finely detailed, three-dimensional, 24 karat plated gold and sterling silver holiday ornament honors Chapter 6, Verse 10 of the Epistle to the Ephesians. This passage inscribed in the middle panel in is commonly read by the United States military before going to battle. This collectible ornament will be cherished for years to come by any member of our Armed Forces as well as their families.