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White House Christmas Ornament is proud to present the Official 2017 Mount Vernon Christmas Ornament. Mount Vernon's 2017 annual ornament is inspired by the twelve foot tall festive Christmas trees that grace Mount Vernon's Ford Orientation Center and the Donald W. Reynolds Museum & Education Center.Click for More Details
The 2017 official Christmas ornament artwork was created by graphic designer, Naturel (Lawrence Atoigue). Naturel’s futuristic work has quickly emerged in today's contemporary art scene. His sharp, triangular illustrations are a futuristic blend of pop and cubism. This highly collectible hand painted glass ornament comes in an elegant red fabric box.Click for More Details
This is the Official 58th WHHA Presidential Inauguration Commemorative 24 karat gold plated OrnamentClick for More Details
The 2016 White House Christmas ornament honors the administration of Herbert Hoover, the twenty-sixth President of the United States. Hoover took office on March 4, 1929, and former president William H. Taft administered the Oath of officeClick for More Details
The fairy ball ornament is a great for outdoor wedding, corporate, and or political event decoration. The best part is no more tangled electrical cords! Many of our clients purchase 20 or more. Large orders may take to three weeks to manufacture. Clear and custom color variations are available.Click for More Details
This Classic Capitol design is crafted from the marble of the east front steps removed in the 1995-96 renovations. The Capitol dome is framed in a marble hexagon and surrounded by 24kt gold filigree and enameled design. Handcrafted in America. Elegantly gift boxed. (3" x 2.25")Click for More Details
2015 Dove of Peace Christmas Ornament represents symbol that held a special meaning for President George Washington, who had won independence for the United States. President Washington did everything he could in the remainder of his lifetime to ensure America would endure in peace.Click for More Details
The Pledge of Allegiance Ornament is designed to reflect our loyalty to the flag of the republic of the United States of America. The Pledge of Allegiance was composed by Francis Bellamy in 1892 and formally adopted by Congress in 1942.Click for More Details
The official 2013 White House ornament celebrates and honors the twenty-eighth President of the United States Woodrow Wilson and his administration (1913-1921). The main centerpiece to the 2013 White House ornament is an American Elm tree which President Wilson planted December 18, 1913. The tree was planted in the North Lawn of the White House as a symbol of hope the country desperately needed during the Wilson administration and World War I.Click for More Details
White House Christmas Ornament is happy to introduce our new President Abraham Lincoln ornament. Considered by many Americans to be one of their greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln guided the nation through the Civil War. Lincoln despised war but viewed it as the only salvation of the Union.Click for More Details
The centerpiece of the 2013 Mount Vernon ornament was taken from a lithograph titled: "The Home Of Washington, Mount Vernon, Virginia" and shows the East Front of the mansion from around 1858. The lithograph is set off with a stunning eight pointed star colored red, white and blue and finished in 24 k gold with a small red banner on the bottom of star that reads "MOUNT VERNON 2013.Click for More Details
The official 2012 White House Ornament celebrates the life and love of modern inventions and manufactory by President William Howard Taft. The ornament shows the President and Mrs. Taft delivering Christmas presents in the first automobile used by the White House in 1909.
The 2012 United States Secret Service Uniformed Division Benefit Fund Marine One ornament features the Presidential Helicopter on take-off from the lawn of the White House plus the Presidential Emblem inset within the outline of the five-pointed Secret Service star.Click for More Details
The 2012 United States Capitol ornament commemorates the 50th year of their Historical Society. The front of this ornament features an image of the Capitol Building on a snow-filled winter's day surrounded by an intricately raised snowflake frame.The back of the ornament features white and red colors throughout the snowflake design and has the words, "United States Historical Society 50th Anniversary".Click for More Details
This beautiful holiday ornament features a horse-drawn carriage in front of the United States Capitol building on a typical winter day. The marble used to create this ornament was taken from a wing of the east front of the U.S. Capitol and was originally installed between 1863 and 1865. MADE WITH PRIDE IN THE U.S.A.Click for More Details
The 2012 Mount Vernon Ladies' Association commemorative ornament is a celebration of the fabled hospitality laid forth by George and Martha Washington at their home in Mount Vernon, Virginia. The ornament is an extremely detailed rendering of G. F. Gilman's original 1878 print of Mount Vernon, fired upon a porcelain rectangle and finished in 24k gold.
The 2011 White House Christmas ornament honors the administration of Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth President of the United States. The 2011 ornament reflects the excitement that President Roosevelt, his wife Edith, and their lively young family brought to life at the White House.Click for More Details
This year's ornament from the United States Capitol Historical Society captures a beautiful holiday-night scene from nostalgic times past. Set in bold relief against a starry night.Click for More Details
SAVE BIG when puchasing this collectible gift set. Whether you forgot last year's ornament or you want to start a new collection the 2011 White House Ornament Gift Set will save you both time and money. Receive a significant discount when you purchase these two beautiful, official White House ornaments together.Click for More Details
Designed and Made in the USA. Part of the proceeds from the sale of these ornaments go to help the restoration of the Washington National Cathedral from the damage it incurred by the earthquake that hit the Washington DC area last September.Click for More Details
This year's official White House ornament commemorates the annual Army Navy Reception at the White House from the year 1900. The front face of this year's ornament depicts the Marine Corps band playing in the North Drive as guests of the McKinley's arrive on the snow-covered grounds of the White House.
Whether you missed last year's ornament or you are starting a new collection the 2010 White House Ornament Gift Set will save you time and money. Receive a discount when you purchase these two beautiful, official White House ornaments together.Click for More Details
The White House Ornament Collection presents the 2010 US Capitol Oval Dome & Tree Ornament.This Christmas Gift Idea can serve as either a handsome Christmas display or a White House Christmas Tree Ornament. Whether you are looking for a holiday ornament, a tree ornament, or Christmas collectible.Click for More Details
The White House Ornament Collection presents the 2010 US Capitol Marble Framed Dome Ornament.This Christmas Gift Idea can serve as either a handsome Christmas display or a White House Christmas Tree Ornament.Own a moment of White House history.Click for More Details
The White House Ornament Collection presents The 2009 White House Grover Cleveland Christmas Ornament. This beautiful American-made ornaments features a view of the South lawn and façade of The White House on a crispy winter evening.All ornaments are insured and delivered to your home by the USP.
This American-made ornament features a photo of President Barack H. Obama, on the front steps of the U.S. Capitol with his wife Michelle by his side, being sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts on January 20, 2009.Click for More Details
Receive a discount when you purchase these two beautiful, official White House ornaments together. The 2009 White House Ornament Gift Set includes the 2009 White House Grover Cleveland Ornament along with last year's 2008 White House Benjamin Harrison Ornament.Click for More Details
Now you can own two moments of history for one low price. We are sure you will be satisfied with these two collector's items, so we're offering them as a set. Save $8.00 by ordering both of these historic collectible ornaments together.Click for More Details
The United States Capitol is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. Located 180 feet above the floor of the Rotunda, the painting was executed in true fresco, a difficult and exacting technique in which pigments are applied to wet plaster.Click for More Details
Elegant in its simplicity (although ornately detailedd on the 24k gold-plated border) the 2009 official United States' Capitol ornament will make a beautiful addition to any tree or mantle piece. This ornament is made with crushed marble which was removed from the original steps for the House of Representatives in 1995 due to the wear created by the over 9000 repesentatives who trod the steps dating back to 1863-1865.Click for More Details
This official White House ornament honors the twenty-third president of the United States, President Benjamin Harrison (1833-1901). Inaugurated 100 years after George Washington, Harrison became a centennial president and served one term. This ornament is a glimpse of the first Christmas tree ever to have been documented in the White House.Click for More Details
Receive a discount when you purchase these two beautiful, official White House ornaments together. The 2008 White House Ornament Gift Set includes the 2008 White House Benjamin Harrison Ornament and the 2007 White House Grover Cleveland Ornament.Click for More Details
The 2008 White House Christmas Ornament Collection features; 2008 White House Benjamin Harrison Ornament, 2008 US Capitol Oval Marble Ornament, 2008 Mount Vernon 150th Anniversary Ornament, and 2008 Secret Service Ornament - The White House Creche.Click for More Details
The 47 Baroque figures in the crèche are made of carved wood and terra cotta, were created in Naples, Italy in the late 18th century. Mrs. Engelhard donated 10 additional figures and funds for a new tableau, which was first displayed in 1999.Click for More Details
One side of the 2008 ornament shows a painting of the East View of Mount Vernon in a 24 kt. gold finish frame decorated with white snowflakes, green holly leaves with red berries and two red bows. The reverse is deep blue with George Washington's cypher in gold, two white doves, two red bows and "Mount Vernon - Christmas 2008".Click for More Details
The White House Ornament Collection presents the First Lady Nancy Reagan Christmas Ornament. Nancy Davis Reagan (1921- ), married to the Republican icon Ronald Reagan, served as First Lady of the United States from 1981-1989. Born in New York City, Nancy grew up in Bethesda, Maryland after her parents divorced.
The 2005 Let the People Rule Christmas Ornament, pictured at right, depicts a stylized kicking donkey surrounded by Andrew Jackson's 1828 campaign slogan, 'Let the People Rule.' And 13 stars representing the original 13 colonies that fought for our nation’s present democracyClick for More Details
Inspired by President Hayes love to take his family and guest on sleigh rides around the hill Washington DC. This hand-painted oval niche keepsake is handsomely decorated by a 24-carat, gold-finished brass frame with enameled colors.Click for More Details
The U. S. Capitol Historical Society's newest editon to it's annual metal series is this 2004 collector’s edition 3-D spinning ornament. Featured in the center is a replica of the magnificent bronze "Statue of Freedom" by Thomas Crawford that crowns the edifice of democracy, the United States Capitol. Beautifully gift boxed, this item contains a provenance gift enclosure.Click for More Details
The Collection presents 2004 George Washington at the Palladian Window Ornament.The original design of the 2004 Palladian Window Ornament, depicts Washington star-gazing in the comfort of the large dining room. Mount Vernon's large dining room in particular offered spectacular sightlines of the northern sky.
Beautifully engraved and plated in 24kt gold, the 2004 Supreme Court Ornament depicts the front of the Court building. The engraving on the wreath was designed from carpet patterns found within the court. A fabulous addition to any ornament collection.Click for More Details
The White House Ornament Collection presents 2004 George Washington at the Palladian Window Ornament. The cycles of nature fascinated Washington throughout his life, and he was a keen observer of the seasons, the weather, the tides, and the skies. The original design of the 2004 Palladian Window Ornament, depicts Washington star-gazing in the comfort of the large dining room.Click for More Details
The Roosevelt 1902 Ornament The crystal-like, acrylic core of the 2002 ornament recalls the sparkling Bohemian glass of the elegant East Room chandeliers. The brass metal decorative frame includes a holiday ribbon, acanthus leaves from the East Room's Louis XVI style wall panels.
The New 2002 Mount Vernon 24kt. gold finish Christmas Ornament is now available. George Washington’s remarkable career as a soldier and statesman required that he criss-cross America during lengthy travels that, all told, kept him away from his beloved Mount Vernon for more than two decades.Click for More Details
Within a 24kt-gold-plated frame, the 2000 White House 200th Anniversary Ornament depicts the north face of the White House on the front and the south face of the White House when flipped over, representing the old, the new, and the turn of the century. This Christmas Gift Idea reaffirms America's pioneer spirit.Click for More Details
This attractive 1990-1993 Set of Four Ornaments Collector's Edition captures a slice of American history, including: Martin Van Buren (1837-1841), William Henry Harrison (1841), The 200th Anniversary of the Cornerstone, and John Tyler (1841-45). Supplies are limited, so order today.Click for More Details
The 1989 ornament is a replica of the official seal of the President, which was adapted from the official United States seal by President Rutherford B. Hayes in 1880. Permission to reproduce the seal for the 200th anniversary of the Presidency was granted to the Association by the Counsel to the President.Click for More Details