Joy to the World Pembroke Welsh Corgi Holiday Ornament


Mouth blown and hand painted by some of the finest artists in Poland, this Pembroke Welsh Corgi ornament is a favorite for hanging on the tree. This collection has been taken to a whole new level in detail, uniqueness and artistic direction.
Joy to the World
$50.00
Mouth blown and hand painted by some of the finest artists in Poland, this Pembroke Welsh Corgi ornament is a favorite for hanging on the tree. This collection has been taken to a whole new level in detail, uniqueness and artistic direction.
Product Type: ORNAMENT
Color: Tan/White

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