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Ne'Qwa Art Heigh Ho, the Holly - Glass Ornament Hand-Painted Reverse Painting Distinctive 636-NEQ


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  • Artist Mary Engelbreit
  • Introduced in 2011, now retired
  • Measures 3 inches high, petite princess
  • Comes beautifully packaged in a hand crafted, satin-lined, velour presentation case enclosed in a protective outer box
  • "Hey Ho, The Holly" is painted on the ornament back
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Mary Engelbreit Hey Ho, The Holly ornament measures 3 inches high, petite princess shape and comes beautifully packaged in a hand crafted, satin-lined, velour presentation case enclosed in a protective outer box. Hey Ho, The Holly is painted on the ornament back. NeQwa Art(TM) is the largest producer of the centuries-old tradition of painting on the inside of glass. The same meticulous techniques that captivated emperors and art connoisseurs ages ago are used to create each of their decorative accessories. From outlining to shading to color application, all work is painstakingly done in freehand. Known in the Mandarin language as NeQwa, the artistic tradition of reverse painting on the inside of glass flourished during the 17th century, when snuff bottles were valued fashion accessories in China. All ornaments are mouth-blown glass.

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