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Bluebird Pewter Ornament

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  • Bluebird Pewter Ornament
  • Bluebird Pewter Ornament
  • Bluebird Pewter Ornament
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Bluebirds are captivating birds, admired for their vibrant blue plumage and melodious songs. They hold the distinction of being one of the first birds to herald the coming of spring, bringing with them a sense of renewal and joy.

  • Measures 1" high 1 7/8" wide
  • The Danforth maker's mark is stamped on the back
  • Tied with a satin ribbon
  • Color applied by skilled hands

Danforth Pewter: Handcrafted Excellence from Middlebury, Vermont
In 1975, Fred and Judi Danforth established Danforth Pewter right here in the USA. Their venture was more than just a business; it was a revival of a cherished family tradition dating all the way back to 1755 when Thomas Danforth II opened a pewter workshop in colonial Connecticut. Today, the company continues this tradition by handcrafting a diverse range of pewter giftware and home accessories.

Why Choose American-Made Pewter Ornaments?
When you choose American-made pewter ornaments, you're not just getting a beautiful decoration – you're creating an heirloom that will grace your family's Christmas trees for generations to come. Unlike mass-produced items from foreign factories, these pewter ornaments are built to last. What's more, over time they will develop a warm and delightful patina.

Experience the Difference with Danforth Pewter
When you hold a Danforth pewter ornament in your hand, you'll immediately sense its exceptional quality. It's a testament to Danforth's commitment to craftsmanship, tradition, and creating enduring pieces of art.

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1 Review

  • 4
    Blue Bird

    It is beautiful, I do wish the blue bird glass was transparent so that light would pass through it. If it was then we could hang it in the window and it would act as a sun catcher. The blue glass is an insert and is pewter back so that only the blue bird shows on one side.

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