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Communion Boy

$21.15
Product Code: PM5696S
Measurements of Product 6" x 3.75" x 2.75"
Manufacturer Cottage Garden
Product Details 1 Plays Tune: How Great Thou Art
Product Details 2 Photo Frame Lid You can replace picture with a personal photo
Product Details 3 Black Velvet Lining
Product Details 4 Inside Cavity To Hold Jewelry And Keepsakes
UPC 6.33E+11

This is a beautifully designed music box by Cottage Garden Collections that features a rich walnut wood finish. It plays a high quality Sankyo music mechanism that can be seen on the inside of the box through protective glass. It plays the tune How Great Thou Art. It plays the tune How Great Tho Art. It has a photo frame lid so the picture can be exchange for a personal photo. The feet are cushioned so they don't scratch surfaces. The box has a cavity for storing jewelry and keepsakes. The inside is lined in nice black velvet. The hinges prevent the lid from falling all the way back and getting damaged when opened. This makes a beautiful gift for any age.

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Great accessory, fast shipping

Precious Moment, Mulan

I love this figurine because I love the movie "Mulan". It came in a timely manner and it was in perfect condition.
Thank you,
Wendy Bertan

Great Piece of Americana

Love this new Jim Shore piece. Plays music and looks very patriotic. Came well packaged and in a timely manner.

Starting a great tradition

I bought this for my granddaughter for Christmas and loved it so now I will continue the tradition for her birthdays until she turns 16. Love the precious moments gifts!

A real tall one

What a great group to buy Dept. 56 product from. Quick service, communication, packaging, and value. Cant wait to add this Singer Building to my display. Thanks again,
Ed Anderson