7” tall x 8” wide
THE STORY BEHIND THIS ORNAMENT
It is past midnight on Christmas Eve. The moonlight is creating streams of silver that reflect upon the snowy star-studded crisp night. Guided only by a small lantern, Father Christmas walks steadily past the country church to deliver treats and toys to the village children all snug in their beds. As he approaches their cottages he snuffs out the candle, aware that even the smallest reflection of light might be detected from an anxious child peeking out from their frosty window. Hand-made and signed by Gail Giaimo
MATERIALS UNIQUE TO THIS ORNAMENT
Elegant elongated early vintage glass teardrop ornament, antique glass pike, lovely antique scrap “walking” Santa, 1880s metal button (lamp), night church scene (hand-cut from a Victorian postcard), rare antique silver crinkle-wire trim, antique silver Dresden borders and stars, early vintage pale aqua rhinestones, antique tinsel tail, antique paper (backed to Santa and Postcard).