Bedecked with fruits and greenery, Colonial Williamsburg has become famous for it's holiday decor which stemmed from the incredible Della Robbia family's artistry, reknowned for use of fruit in much of their wonderful artwork. Bountiful displays of greenery and fruit were a sign of holiday welcome in colonial times. This exceptional adaptation of the ages old use of fruits and foliage as beautiful decor pieces is from the artisans at Needle Treasures A rare vintage circa 1992 kit for the Williamsburg Christmas collection , the piece arrived opened and unworked~ we've quickly and lovingly reshrinkwrapped it to keep it pristine for your stitching satisfaction! It would certainly fit in the most elegant of Christmas Decors, and would make a wonderful foyer addition to Welcome your Holiday guests. Ripe, luscious fruits, including the traditional symbol of hospitality~ the pineapple~ in deep beautiful colors, set on a background of deep green magnolia leaves against a painted door. Truly an exceptional find~ give it as a special gift or keep it for your own holiday collection!
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Size: 14"x10" Kit contains: Design printed in full color on #13 canvas, Elsa Williams 100% wool tapestry yarn, 100% cotton floss, needle, complete directions and stitch instructions. Proudly made in the USA