Fantastic Deals on Lenox Holiday Figurals (Giftware)!
Continuing our celebration of Christmas in July, we're offering three distinct and memorable Holiday Figurals from Lenox China this month. The first is a lovely Victorian-styled home musical centerpiece. Beautifully crafted from fine ceramic, accented with gold trim, and standing 14 1/2-inches tall, this centerpiece will be a charming addition to any holiday dining table, end table, or mantel. The stately Victorian home is festooned with Christmas decorations, detailed with elements from the classic Lenox Holiday pattern. The hand-decorated centerpiece plays "Deck the Halls" and features dancing figures and brightly colored gifts around a wonderfully decorated Christmas tree. Santa himself even makes an appearance, circling above the house in his sleigh. This charming and fun centerpiece is sure to become a cherished family heirloom.
Our next item is a figural tea pot and lid that depicts one of Santa’s elves riding a rocking horse with a pile of presents at its base. The horse’s mouth serves as the spout, while the horse’s tail is the handle for the pot. This tea pot is trimmed in gold as well. Our final item, a delightful cookie jar and lid figurine, is made from Lenox's trademark ivory porcelain and is done in the form of Santa (and one of his helpers) sitting at his workshop table, crafting toys to distribute to all the good boys and girls on Christmas Eve. We also carry many other lovely Holiday Figurals from Lenox, including salt and pepper sets, pitchers, dessert trays, candlesticks, and many more!
Lenox China is a great American success story. It was founded in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox as "The Lenox Ceramic Pottery Company." Born in 1859, Lenox was named for the nineteenth-century Scottish writer, Sir Walter Scott. Lenox grew up in Trenton, NJ, the "Staffordshire of America" of its time. With excellent transportation and good sources of fuel and clay, the state capital of New Jersey became the nation's leading center for ceramics production. Lenox first organized his company as an art studio, producing one-of-a-kind pieces for a select market. By 1897, examples of the company's work were displayed at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. By the end of the twentieth century, about half the china set on dinner tables in this country was made by Lenox.
Due to their elegant designs, these Lenox figural items can be given as gifts to the Lenox or figurine collector for any occasion. These fun pieces will bring pleasant memories for years to come, no matter the context in which they are given. You can browse and order in this collection starting at the links below.
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