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Home Accents for Parties

Songbirds Choir, Five-Bird Set
Songbirds Choir, Five-Bird Set
(Based on 13 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents
Inside each plush figure, a microchip plays the authentic sound of its species as recorded by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Fun for children and adults alike; everyone can learn the sounds and then use their ears to find these birds in their own backyard. Set of Five conatins: Eastern Bluebird, Goldfinch, Black-capped Chickadee, Cardinal, and Robin.
$39.95
Set of Eight Rajasthani Sparkling Pocket Mirrors
Set of Eight Rajasthani Sparkling Pocket Mirrors
(Based on 15 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents
During Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, families gather to celebrate with lanterns, fireworks, and candles. In India's rural states, Diwali decorations often incorporate tiny slivers of mirror that cast glittering reflections. Perfect for stocking stuffers or party favors, these compact-size mirrors are crafted in that same sparkling spirit. Rajasthani women gather lac, a resin from trees, and mold it like clay into a disk shape. Before the lac hardens, beads and hand-cut mirrors are pressed into its surface. Handmade in India. Set of 8.
$29.00
$19.99
Set of 12 Blown-glass Chinese Songbirds
Set of 12 Blown-glass Chinese Songbirds
(Based on 13 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents
Bird raising in China dates back to the founding of the Qing dynasty in 1644. Members of the new elite class spent their time in teahouses showing off their birds with friends and learning about new and different species. These whimsical, brightly colored blown-glass ornaments celebrate that traditional love for small songbirds as well as the deeper mythological belief that birds are a link between heaven and Earth. 2 3/4''L.
$29.00
$13.99
Cloisonné Teapot Ornaments - Set of 4
Cloisonné Teapot Ornaments - Set of 4
(Based on 9 reviews)
Category: Home & Garden/Home Décor/Home Accents

Cloisonné was developed thousands of years ago during the Byzantine era and traveled via the Silk Road to China, where it has flourished as an art form ever since. To create a design in cloisonné, an artist's original sketch must be traced using thin strips of wire. Into this wire "scaffolding" is inserted powdered enamel that, when baked, fills the outlines and creates a porcelain-like appearance.


$32.00