The Westmoreland Glass Company is known for its production of high-quality milk glass, but also is known for its high-quality decorated glass. From the 1920s to the 1950s it was estimated that 90 percent of the production was milk glass. Westmoreland produced carnival glass beginning in 1908 and reissued novelties and pattern glass in carnival treatments in the 1970s until the plant closed in 1984. Westmoreland also produced high quality hand-decorated cut glass.
Jim Shore’s Heartwood Creek collectibles weave stories that express a sense of family, friendship and tradition. Each handcrafted collectible unites folk art and quilting to create distinctly special color combinations.
Couture de Force
Disney Couture de Force celebrates the confidence, glamour, and inspiring stories of your favorite Disney Princess in a unique and empowering collection that reminds us all, dreams really do come true.
Disney Traditions collectible figurines designed by Jim Shore combines the magic of Disney with traditional motifs of handmade folk art. Jim Shore creates new interpretations of classic characters from Mickey Mouse to Maleficent.
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