A Keeper Pewter Ornament

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  • A Keeper Pewter Ornament
  • A Keeper Pewter Ornament
  • A Keeper Pewter Ornament
  • A Keeper Pewter Ornament
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Countless individuals hold dear the December tradition of seeking the perfect tree. Whether you personally cut it down, select it from a sidewalk sale, or retrieve it annually from the attic for decorating, the iconic image of a pickup truck transporting "the keeper" resonates with many. This handcrafted ornament aims to encapsulate this heartwarming sentiment, allowing you to relive that cherished feeling year after year.

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  • Measures 2 3/8 inches wide, 1 1/4 inches tall (without ribbon)
  • Comes tied with a satin ribbon
  • The Danforth maker's mark is stamped on the back 

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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  • 4
    Perfect in a house with a destructive cat

    I would have given this a 5 if the first package hadn't arrived empty and ripped to shreds. @nd mailing arrived before Christmas, as promised, and intact.

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