Classic and timeless, this elegant magnolia wreath will add an air of sophistication and a touch of Southern hospitality to your front door or home. Just like today, colonial residents often used the natural elements in their surroundings to decorate their homes. Richly textured, this lovely hand-crafted wreath with luscious white magnolia flowers would have been an 18th-century favorite. For use indoors or in a protected outdoor area. "This is a hand-assembled item. Exact dimensions may vary slightly due to manufacturing process. When you receive your wreath from us, gently extend the branches, leaves, or flowers of your wreath after taking it out of the box to achieve the full diameter of the wreath."
Decorative wreath featuring faux magnolia blossoms
Hand-crafted with faux magnolia leaf base
For use indoors or in a protected outdoor area
WILLIAMSBURG by Winward
Dust with dry cloth.
Magnolia trees were thriving in Virginia and the eastern United States before the first colonist arrived. Explorers were astonished by their first glimpse of this enormous, unusual tree with its fragrant giant blossoms. Magnolias continue to make a grand presence throughout Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area. The west elevation of the Lightfoot House is ornamented by a beautifully espaliered southern magnolia—the finest example of this unique pruning technique in Williamsburg.