Thomas Kinkade Autumn’s Golden Glow Table Centerpiece
Of all the seasons, autumn offers some of nature’s most gorgeous masterpieces, glorious bursts of color and radiant light that are as fleeting as they are beautiful. Now fall’s passing beauty is forever captured in the Thomas Kinkade Autumn’s Golden Glow Table Centerpiece, an Always in Bloom™ faux floral arrangement from The Bradford Exchange. Combining silken flowers, genuine fine crystal and prized Thomas Kinkade artwork, this illuminated faux floral arrangement lets you enjoy the brilliance of autumn all year long.
Handcrafted petal by petal in a silky-soft material, the most lifelike tiger lilies, mums, sunflowers and more autumn glories are brought together to create this one-of-a-kind faux floral arrangement. Sun-kissed oak leaves, miniature golden berries and a festive bow add elegant touches. The faceted crystal vase provides a lovely display for Thomas Kinkade’s Blessings of Autumn artwork. Radiant illumination emanates from the bouquet and from within the vase, so you can enjoy this alluring treasure day and night.
About the Bradford Exchange
The Bradford Exchange is the premier source for a vast array of Thomas Kinkade unique collectibles and fine gifts that offer an exceptionally high level of artistry, innovation and enduring value. Founded in 1973 by J. Roderick MacArthur, The Bradford Exchange was at first known as a computerized trading center for limited-edition collector’s plates, an innovation that completely revolutionized the collectibles market of that era. Over the years, The Bradford Exchange has been recognized with more than 100 top-level industry awards for the artistry and innovation of collectible offerings and services. That level of expertise has evolved into an undisputed leadership position in the present-day collector marketplace.
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Looking for this centerpiece. Do you have any way I can obtain
This is a Bradford Exchange piece. You need to reach out to them, http://www.bradfordexchange.com and see if you can still purchase it.