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The beauty of silver Christmas ornaments delights people as the holiday season rapidly approaches. Silver Superstore offers an impressive collection of truly outstanding decorations. This brief article highlights just a few of the attractive items in our inventory this year.
The calendar has flipped over to June, and here at Silver Superstore that can only mean one thing: our 2017 silver Christmas ornaments have started rolling in! And as much as we love a good backyard barbecue, it’s never too early to plan ahead and get your hands on your annual favorites.
2017 Gorham Snowflake
This gorgeous creation is a six-sided piece of .925 sterling silver adorned with a red ribbon. This festive item is guaranteed made in the USA and is stamped Gorham Sterling on the edge. It’s the 48th in a long line of terrific ornaments crafted with Old World charm and dedication to quality. The snowflake is 3.5 inches tall and 3.25 inches wide. It glimmers in the light from the sheen of its reflective surface. The concentric hexagon pattern repeats on both sides, so it will look marvelous from any angle.
You can also adorn the Gorham Snowflake with an Engraving Tag and add a special message. Both sides can be engraved ($6.00 extra for the second side). There are 15 fonts from which you can choose. It also comes with both a protective pouch and an attractive gift box. As with real snowflakes, no two Gorham versions are the same from year to year.
We love traditions at the Silver Superstore, and love to hear about yours! Here is a special tradition from one of our customers:
Here are the Christmas crosses that I started giving my daughter in 1979. She anticipates receiving one every year. Because she now lives in Paris, she doesn’t have the silver trees I originally gave her to display them on at Christmas. Rather, they now put them on the actual tree. Also, they carefully count them as they go on and as they come off each year to make sure that none are thrown out accidentally.
My son, Matthew, who lives in Texas has the same collection which was started in 1986. Because they are closing on their new home on December 23, no trees will be up this year!!! Next year I will help them put all of their trees up, 2 silver, one real green one and the oldest of all, a very special Poor Man’s Tree that my grandfather made for my sister and me just before I was born. Thank you for your interest in the family tradition of collecting the Reed and Barton Christmas Crosses. My grandchildren will inherit some very beautiful ornaments some time long into the future.
Merry Christmas to you, your family and the staff at the Silver SuperStore.