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Each ornament is attentively hand blown with thick glass to your order and assembled with brilliant led lights that give a fairy like glow inside the ball. No two ball are alike. The light string runs on a button cell battery that is replaceable and easy to find in stores. Create a dramatic display with one or more Patriotic Fairy Ball Ornaments on your tree. The best part is no more tangled electrical cords! Our fairy ball ornaments are great decorations for outdoor weddings, corporate functions, and political events. Many of our clients purchase 20 or more. Please Note. Orders may take up to three weeks or more to manufacture depending on the size of your order. Clear and custom color variations are available.
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