RedEnvelope 30090467
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Dating back to the 15th century, the first holiday ornaments were perishable, usually apples, wafers or other pastries cut into classic shapes. These ornaments, crafted of porcelain with a bisque finish, are a little more lasting. Personalized with family names and featuring an aluminum tag, each ornament is a beautiful addition to every tree. Exclusively from RedEnvelope.
  • porcelain ornament with bisque finish on one side and shiny glaze on the other
  • rectangle shape in white with family name etching
  • personalize with your family's surname (up to twelve characters), four-digit year and up to seven first names (with up to 12 characters per name)
  • pre-printed with the word "FAMILY"
  • note: personalization is understated and subtle
  • 4" x 2" x 1/8"H
  • includes aluminum tag with red grosgrain ribbon for easy hanging
  • each ornament individually packaged in suede-like pouch and a special RedEnvelope box
  • Item #30090467

ceramic ornament rectangle family name

$29.95 $14.99
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Step 1 - Personalization
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earliest possible arrival date:
Sat, January 03 2015
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Dating back to the 15th century, the first holiday ornaments were perishable, usually apples, wafers or other pastries cut into classic shapes. These ornaments, crafted of wood and formed into traditional designs, are a little more lasting. Personalization and festive, eye-catching color finishes make these ornaments a beautiful addition to every tree. Exclusively from RedEnvelope.
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FEATURED REVIEW
Disappointed December 31, 2012
"The engraved names on the ornaments did not stand out at ll. I also had to clean both ornaments as they were dirty. What I thought would have been a stunning gift was most definitely not. Very disappointing."
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Don't waste your time December 31, 2012
"This was a big disappointment. The engraving was crooked and you could BARELY see it. At first I thought they forgot to engrave it! I immediately called and got my money back. I thought it was going to be a special Christmas ornament but it went in the trash. Customer service was very understanding, though!"
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not as pictured December 30, 2012
"The ornament was a disappointment because the engraving was not highlighted making it impossible to read. I would not recommend this to anyone."
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Lexington, MA
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Surprising poor quality from RedEnvelope December 25, 2012
"I purchased this as a Christmas present, and the engraving was very faint, almost such that many of the names were barely readable. The quality of the ceramic was good, but the craftsmanship with respect to engraving was very poor. Surprising from RedEnvelope given that they generally have good quality personalized ornaments."
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Boston, MA
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Poor craftsmanship December 15, 2012
"I ordered this ornament given it looked very nice on the website. However, the engraving craftsmanship is rather poor so it is incredibly difficult to view the engraving. A good thought, but poor execution by RedEnvelope"
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