The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 6, 1996 · Page 49
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 49

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Sunday, October 6, 1996
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(V ^ •S» r-ANV' LENOX O Lenox, Inc. 1996 FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING TABLE FROM LENOX Peace. Prosperity. And life's timeless blessings portrayed in ivory fine china and 24 karat gold. Imagine your holiday table graced by The Lenox China Cornucopia, an original work of art so timeless in its symbolism, so exceptional in its artistry, that it is destined to be cherished as an heirloom by many generations to come. This distinctive centerpiece is inspired by a symbol of abundance treasured in America since Colonial times. Sculptured in bas- relief, the rich design portrays a glorious bounty of fruits and blossoms from nature's garden. The intricate curves and graceful flourishes of the cornucopia are a masterpiece of Lenox craftsmanship in ivory fine china and pure 24 karat gold. This Lenox® china exclusive is priced at $136, payable in convenient monthly installments. To acquire this elegant reminder of the very best life has to offer, you need send no money now. Simply complete and mail the accompanying Reservation Form today. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. 1400274 Traditional symbols of welcome and plenty are superbly sculptured in bas-relief. RESERVATION FORM THE LENOX CHINA CORNUCOPIA Mail by October 28, 1996 for Guaranteed Thanksgiving Delivery Please enter my order for The Lenox China Cornucopia, to be handcrafted of ivory fine china and pure 24 karat gold. I need send no money now. I will be billed for my cornucopia in eight monthly installments of $17* each. Signature. Name I'LtASt I'HINTCUAKLY Address, City. . State. .Zip. 1400274 l_ Telephone ( ) • Plus $6.98 pur sculpture for (hipping, handling and uuunncc. Sales tax will be billed if applicable. All ureten >ub|«ct to acceptance. Mail to: Lenox Collections P.O. Box 3020, Langhorne, PA 19047-9120

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