Colonial Williamsburg Magnolia Glass Ornament
Add this hand-painted, Colonial Williamsburg Magnolia Glass Ornament to your Christmas tree! This 3" round glass ornament is painted from the inside. The artist uses a series of curved brushes to paint the artwork through a small opening in the top of the bulb. The result is a unique, artful ornament - no two are exactly the same! This ornament features delicately painted magnolia blossoms with Colonial Williamsburg in script on a white and blue gradient background. Each ornament is boxed in a padded black velvet box ready for gifting with a small card explaining the painting process. Sold individually.
- Hand-painted glass ornament
- Boxed in a padded black velvet box ready for gifting
- Includes a small card explaining the painting process
- Measures 3" in diameter
- Colonial Williamsburg Exclusive!
- Made in China
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.