$16.00 SALE $8.00
PRODUCT ID : 9813096
A wonderful, less expensive alternative to our more costly ornaments we are pleased to offer our line of fine pewter ornaments. The detail on these ornaments is incredible.
This ornament features a straight on view of the South Portico of the White House, the "South Entrance" in rendered in such fine detail every window on the mansion is visible on the ornament in addition to the water fountain which sits on the South lawn. The ornament is surrounded by holly leaves and blossoms and on top of the ornament are two jingle bells with sprigs of holly atop them. The back of the ornament features the Eagle portion of the Great Seal of the United States with a banner in the eagle's beak which reads: "E. Pluribus Unum."
This Christmas Gift Idea can serve as either a handsome Christmas display or a White House Christmas Tree Ornament. Whether you are looking for a holiday ornament, a tree ornament, or Christmas collectable, this gift will make any Christmas a White Christmas. Own a moment of White House history.
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