Valentine Bon Bons
Sweet & Petite Glass Ornaments
from the Blümchen Atelier
Our exclusive, fanciful assortment of St. Valentine's Day sweets are actually mini blown glass ornaments! Designed and meticulously made by hand in our atelier, these petite "candies" are gift boxed in a Valentine heart candy box.
Created using genuine European blown glass, each candy bon bon is trimmed with only vintage, antique or old-style materials. Sparkled with sugary glass glitter and finest pearlized mica, all the Dresden trims are from our archives. The teeny tiny flower scrap on the toffy is an antique die-cut that was made in Germany in the 1890's.
Sold as a set of 5 ornaments.
Mini glass bon bons are from
1¼" to 2¼" high. Valentine
heart gift box is 4¼" high.
FREE Gift with Purchase
Each set comes with a package of
vintage 'Pfiffikus' hangers.
This Special Edition ornament set
is available in limited quantities.
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'Valentine Bon Bons' Gift Set
Valentine Bon Bons petite glass candy ornamens in heart gift box
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As our free gift to you, each Valentine
Bon Bons set comes with a package
of vintage 'Pfiffikus' gold hangers.
Valentine Bon Bons glass ornaments with vintage Pfiffikus hangers
Valentine Bon Bons glass candy ornaments
Valentine Heart gift box for glass bon bon candies
Gift packed in a decorative Valentine heart candy box, this beautiful
chromolithograph rose spray is a genuine, 140-years-old antique scrap that
was printed in England in the 1880's by the firm Raphael Tuck & Sons.