The iconic apple cone is enhanced with bright berries and lush greens to create an ideal holiday accent for your buffet or entry table. Each year during the holiday season, Williamsburg comes alive with blazing cressets, candle-lit windows, and amazing fruit-and-foliage decorations. Stacked fruit displays known as "dessert pyramids"are a popular table centerpiece in Historic Area homes, just as they were in the 18th century. Pineapples and apples are among the most common elements in these displays which make a statement of welcome and hospitality. Add this same spirit of hospitality to your home with this faux apply cone.
Apple cone features faux apples and berries
Faux leaf and spruce sprig base
For use indoors or in a protected outdoor area
WILLIAMSBURG by Winward
Dust with soft cloth.
At Christmastime, Colonial Williamsburg's houses, shops, and taverns are decorated inside and out with imaginative arrangements of fruits and greenery. Burning cressets illuminate pathways and lead the way to celebrations. Once inside, one often finds an elegant apple cone, a long-standing favorite decoration.