A Victorian Christmas Wreath will welcome your visitors to your Victorian home

Nothing makes a home look more welcoming and inviting than a beautiful Victorian Christmas wreath. While wreaths were probably used by the Romans to celebrate victory they became part of a deep Christian tradition as well. There were often four candles on the wreath, and it was seen as an Advent wreath: the four candles representing the weeks of Advent and the candle in the middle representing Christ. And although we don’t always know it, wreaths offer much to their pagan roots with the evergreen of the forest representing life.For instance Father Christmas is often shown wearing a wreath.

Here are four Thomas Kinkade Victorian Christmas wreaths. Each Victorian Christmas wreath shows Kinkade’s love of Victorian England: the snow covered city, the horse sleigh’s the magic of Christmas time. All of these wreaths are gorgeous pieces of art, and they all light up. They are quality made, sure to be heirlooms in your family.

Thomas Kinkade A Holiday Homecoming Musical Christmas Village Wreath Lights Up by The Bradford ExchangeThomas Kinkade A Holiday Homecoming Musical Christmas Village Wreath Lights Up by The Bradford ExchangeThomas Kinkade Victorian Christmas Village Wreath by The Hamilton CollectionThomas Kinkade Victorian Christmas Village Wreath by The Hamilton CollectionThomas Kinkade Season of Splendor Lighted Christmas Wreath: Bradford Exchange by The Bradford ExchangeThomas Kinkade Season of Splendor Lighted Christmas Wreath: Bradford Exchange by The Bradford ExchangeThomas Kinkade Lighted Teardrop Wreath With Artwork Ornaments: Welcome Christmas by The Bradford ExchangeThomas Kinkade Lighted Teardrop Wreath With Artwork Ornaments: Welcome Christmas by The Bradford Exchange

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