- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way
- Size: 2.75"
- Material: Glass
- Year Introduced: 2007
From Old World Christmas. In the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas," the partridge in a pear tree symbolizes Christ. Years ago, the song served as a secret means of teaching English Catholics the basics of their faith, which was outlawed at the time. This carol has lost much of its old connotations and is now a merry standard of the holiday season. Whichever meaning you apply to it, this glass Partridge ornament has that characteristic black face outlined with a white stripe, and it's mottled glass texture is intricately painted to look just like the bird's spotted feathers.
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