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Mini Jefferson Cup Ornament

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$30.00

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∙Pewter mini ornament
∙Lead-free 
∙Non tarnishing
∙Engravable
∙Blue gift boxed
∙Made in USA
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Machine Engraving
Monogram$10.00
Single initial on Jewelry$5.00
Hand Engraving
Monogram$38.00
Single initial on Jewelry$19.00

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Decorate your tree with a mini pewter Jefferson cup ornament that pays tribute to the nation's heritage. Pewter, both imported and American-made, was the most popular tableware throughout the 1700s. Designed by Thomas Jefferson himself, this polished pewter cup ornament makes an ideal gift. Available as an ornament and tied with a festive red bow to hang on the tree to be engraved. Personalize by engraving a monogram or initial. Perfect for your tree. An enduring symbol of colonial taste, Jefferson commissioned the original eight cups from Virginia silversmith, John Letelier, in 1810. Engravable, lead free, non-tarnishing. Comes in blue gift box. 2" dia. x 1 1/2"H
Pewter, both imported and American-made, was the most popular tableware throughout the 1700s. Designed by Thomas Jefferson himself, this polished pewter cup makes an ideal gift.  An enduring symbol of colonial taste, Jefferson commissioned the original eight cups from Virginia silversmith, John Letelier, in 1810.
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