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2016 Baby's First Christmas Rattle Ornament by Lenox - 858737 by

Item description: This Lenox product is by - Celebrate a special holiday with the 2016 Baby's First Christmas Rattle Ornament. This work of art ornament is a delicate porcelain rattle, decorated in both pink and blue, inscribed in gold with the words 2016 Baby's First Christmas. A wonderful keepsake for both new parents and grandparents. Gold cord included for hanging.
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