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2021 Belleek Mussenden Temple Annual Bell Ornament
    2021 Belleek Mussenden Temple Annual Bell Ornament
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    • 2021 Belleek Mussenden Temple Annual Bell Ornament
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    The 2021 Belleek Mussenden Temple Bell Ornament is the 34th edition in this annual series. The ornament has been inspired by Mussenden Temple which is situated overlooking the Atlantic Ocean between Downhill Demesne and Castlerock in Northern Ireland. This former library was built in 1785 and forms part of the Bishop of Derry and Earl of Bristol’s Estate. Frederick Augustus Hervey built this beautiful building as a summer library which as inspired by Roman architecture and named after his beloved cousin, Mrs Frideswide Mussenden. Around the top there is a Latin inscription which reads, ‘’Tis pleasant, safely to behold from shore, the troubled sailor, and hear the tempests roar’. Hand painted, mother of pearl luster has been used for the roof with gold highlights and a lucky shamrock on the reverse. The ornament makes a great gift, includes original factory gift box and measures 3" high. Fine Parian China, Hand painted details. Made by Belleek in Ireland. The ornament is not dated.
    This item can be personalized with an engraved hang tag. View Engravable Hang Tags.
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    All engraving will be sized appropriately to fit your item unless you instruct us otherwise. We utilize a state of the art fiber laser for engraving. The fiber laser allows for clearer text whether small or large. Fiber lasers do not physically touch the surface as they remove material during engraving thus avoiding dents or punctures that can be caused by rotary engravers. Custom engraving is available for company logos, images, and designs. If you have any questions about personalizing an item please contact us; we would be more than happy to assist you.

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    A traditional three letter traditional monogram includes three initials with the last initial larger in the center with the first initial on the left and the middle initial on the right. (Robert David Smith)

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    A three letter initial monogram with all letters the same size in order of first, middle and last initials. (Robert David Smith)

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    A single letter monogram typically utilizes the last initial. (Robert David Smith)

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