The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 11, 1997 · Page 62
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 62

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 11, 1997
Page 62
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Celestial beauty in fine hand- painted detail. UX >CJ LENOX MMt us at: Pure inspiration in hand-painted sculpture from the artists of Lenox. Lenox presents The Angel of Peace, an original sculpture depicting the legendary spirit sent to bring peace to the world. This bright angel is portrayed in sculpture as graceful as the lilies she fresh as a day in spring. The angel's face is breathtakingly lovely, her features elegant and refined. Her gown is adorned with golden starbursts, diamonds and swirls. And her pure white lilies—each a work of art in itself—speak of peace and joy. Each sculpture will be crafted of bonded porcelain and painted entirely by hand to capture every detail. And each will bear the Lenox® hallmark, attesting to its superior quality. Great value—just $45! Tlie Angel of Peace inaugurates a collection of imported angel sculptures available by direct order from Lenox. The price of this richly sculptured, superbly detailed, finely crafted premier issue is just $45, payable in low monthly installments. To acquire The Angel of Peace, send no payment now. But mail your reservation today. IBGOOIO © U'nux, Inc. IIJU7 I — — — — — — — — — — — — — — | Reservation Form • Mail by June 2,1997 I wish to acquire The Angel of Peace by Lenox. My premier issue sculpture will be painted entirely by hand. I need send no money now. 1 will be billed for my sculpture in three monthly installments of $15* each. Signature. Name .Telephone ( ). PLEASE I'KIXTCLEAKIV Address City . State. .Zip "Plus $4.08 ptr sculpture for shipping, handling and insurance. Sales tax will be billed if applicable. All orders subject to ucce 1560010 L Mail to: Lenox Collections P.O. Box 3020 • Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047-9120 J

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