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Carousel Ornaments.

We currently offer 12 of our Classic Carousel pieces in ornament size and style.  Each is about 3 inches ( 10 cm) in length with a brass rod holding the hanger.  All are shown in the slightly more expensive detail finish, while any basic color with a gold or silver overcoat is available upon request.  The Pegasi is shown in the white and gold for an example.  We hope you enjoy and look forward to your order.  All are offered for $7.50 each in the basic with rub, $9.00 for the detailed paint.  Complete sets (all 12) basic with rub for $75.00 and $90.00 for detailed paint.  Hi gloss fired gold or silver add $1.50 per piece ordered.  All prices are in US Dollars, Michigan residents add 6% state sales tax.

We offer any three of the below pieces, finished to your specifications, on this stunning motion music base.  It plays the carousel waltz, with the end pieces rotating, and the center piece going up and down in time to the music.  At a starting price of just $35.00 it is a unique bargain for all


peagorn.jpg (2623 bytes)This is our lovely Pegasus ornament.   In Greek mythology, Pegasus was the winged horse of the Muses, born of the blood of the decapitated Medusa. He was tamed by Bellerophon with the aid of a golden bridle given him by Athena. When Bellerophon tried to ride the horse to heaven, Pegasus, stung by a gadfly sent by Zeus, threw him and continued the ascent alone, becoming the constellation of the same name. A kick from his hoof created the fountain of Hippocrene, the source of poetic inspiration.  Always an endearing favorite of all who love animals, this piece is sure to please anyone whom you purchase it for.  Please mention Pegasi Ornament

unicornorniment16.jpg (1015 bytes)Closely related in most mythology to the Pegasi is the Unicorn.  Who would we be to disappoint and fail to provide a high quality Unicorn for you we are sure that once again you will love this piece.  Click on the picture to see a larger image.  Please mention Unicorn Ornament

Flying Dragon
dragonorn16.jpg (905 bytes)Flying Dragon.  A final piece in our trio of mythic ornaments.  A lovable little creature with a sound disposition. just take a look and you will see for yourself.   Just click on the image to view a larger copy.    Please mention The Dragon Ornament.

Now that we are past the "fantasy" portion, lets move on to the more traditional animals, starting with horses!!

Indian Ponies
indianorn16.jpg (2060 bytes)We start out our set with the only double sided photo in this set.  Our Indian pony sure to be a hit with traditional as well as modern lovers of the painted ponies.  Clicking on the picture will bring up a larger version to let you see some of the details.  Just mention Indian Pony Ornament in your message.

Wedding Horse
weddingorn16.jpg (1045 bytes)Here we have our classic Wedding horse.  This would be the perfect gift for that 1st Christmas gift for the couple of your choice.  Clicking on the image will provide you with a better look at a least some of the details.  This animal is close to the Rose horse style, and may often be confused for the same.  Please mention Wedding Horse Ornament in your correspondence.

elephantorn16.jpg (1183 bytes)This is my personal favorite.  Since I was a small boy, I had that special love for elephants, and can still remember the first chance I had to pick one at a county fair for a "merry go round ride".  An outstanding show of craftsmanship, this piece will be sought by all lovers of the circus as well as the county fair carousel.  Please mention Elephant Ornament

prancerorn16..jpg (1186 bytes)This in one we call Prancer.   The one hoof held up to show the canter he loves to perform. Click on the image to get a better look.  Please mention Prancer Ornament.

Show Horse
showorn16.jpg (1104 bytes)This is our Show Horse onrnament.    The carful arrangment of the mane and tail show the love with wich she was prepared to go to the show.  Click on the image for a better view.  Please mention Show Horse Ornament.

chargerorn16..jpg (1148 bytes)This is our Charger ornament.   Just look at the feet kicking out and the head held high!  Click on the image for a better look.  Please metion Charger Ornament.

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