These stockings are designed to emulate the uniforms worn by the Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. Made with gray wool with golden braided design and colored band corresponding to the different divisions of the Confederate Army: infantry (blue), cavalry (yellow), and artillery (red).
This highly collectible First Edition nutcracker and MOC exclusive is handmade in the heart of Central Virginia by TRC Designs Inc., designers of the 2008 USPS Christmas Stamps. Wooden Box included measures 14 x 6.5 x 5.5. Nutcracker measures 13 x 4.25. Laser-engraved base is made from Lee Tree wood with image of Robert E. Lee and history of the tree inscribed on the bottom. Works by TRC have achieved world acclaim and appear in several museums around the world including: The Nutcracker Museum in Neuhausen Germany; The U.S.
Here we offer another magnificent White House of the Confederacy Ornament. This ceramic ornament has a beautiful picture of the White House on the front. It comes with a hanging ribbon and a box which makes it suitable for mailing. 3.9 x 3.2 x 13
The White House of the Confederacy - home to President Davis and his family from 1861-1865 - pictured in a beautiful watercolor print and surrounded by a gold-tone frame. This is our most popular ornament and we know it will make a wonderful addition to your collection. 2-1/4 x 3-1/2 Comes with a ribbon for hanging and a box for gift wrapping.
Christmas Cards featuring the First Family of the Confederacy during Christmas 1863. This is the only portrait of the entire Davis family together and was painted by noted Richmond artist, Nancy Smith. This is a Museum of the Confederacy exclusive available only through the Haversack and Online stores. Ten cards and envelopes are packaged in an attractive clear box. A great new Christmas Card to send to everyone on your list this year!
This beautiful ornament is circular with two flattened sides. One side exhibits a color drawing of the back of the House; the other side features a black and white view of the front from ca. 1861. Porcelain with 24 KT. gold accents. 3.4 x 3.9 x 1.2