Shaped like a traditional star of Bethlehem, or what the three wise men followed on the night of the first Christmas, this indoor-use only
tree topper is clear-white and comes with 4 spare bulbs. 11"
Bethlehem Star Tree Topper
Beautiful white feather wings with gold ribbons and beaded accents adorn this lovely angel
tree topper. 17"
Gold Angel Tree Topper
Top off your Christmas
tree in style this year with this LED 8-Point Silver Star Tree Topper! An untraditional star, this 8-point silver star contains eight LED lights to shine all through the night. 11.5"
Silver Star Tree Topper
Multi-colored fiber optic wings embellish this beautiful silver angel. Comes with a CUL adapter and one replacement bulb. 14"
Fiberoptic Angel Tree Topper
…in an elegant ivory gown with red robe and red ribbon accents this angel is backed by two white feather wings while delicately holding lit stars in each hand. She will proudly glow atop your
tree making her a perfect accent for the holidays. Includes 5 spare bulbs and one 3-amp spare fuse. 16"
Red and Ivory Angel Tree Topper
Proceeds from the Printery House help to support the monks of
Conception Abbey and Conception Seminary College, where young men receive an accredited college education as they study in preparation for the Catholic priesthood.
The Printery House is making every effort to protect the environment by using papers that either contain recycled content or have been purchased from paper mills which practice responsible forestry stewardship. All in-house paper scrap from the production process is recycled.
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The Printery House
37112 State Highway VV
PO BOX 12
Conception, MO 64433
This site last updated: Monday, November 20, 2017