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2015 Teddy's Holiday Slumber Ornament by Lenox - 849258 by

Item description: This Lenox product is by - Charmingly dressed for his long winter nap, the 2015 Teddy's Holiday Slumber Ornament portrays Teddy in his pajamas and holding both a candle and his own sweet teddy bear. Crafted of hand-painted ivory fine china, this adorable annual ornament is accented in gold and year dated.
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