London Tourist Sightseeing Travel Bag Christmas Tree Decoration

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This uniquely designed Christmas London Sightseeing ornament would be a great addition to any London fan’s Christmas Tree. These are sold with the perfect length of gold string in place ready for you to place right onto your Christmas tree

At Buddy and Bailey, we really feel your Christmas tree should be a reflection of you. While the Christmas traditions of reindeer and Santa are very important, what makes you happy all year round is also important to us. That is why we have created christmas ornaments that we feel can hopefully reflect a little bit of everyone.

In conclusion, make your Christmas tree truly decorative and show your personality with decorations that make you happy and show your hobbies, passions and interests.

Below we have provided the product information so you know exactly what you are buying

Approx Product Dimensions: H10cm x W7cm x D5.5cm

Approx Product Weight: 35g

Product Material: Blown glass

Brand new to our 2022 “London” collection and only sold by Buddy and Bailey

Please note these decorations are hand painted. This means they won't all be exactly the same. There may be some small imperfections or blemishes, but each product has been quality checked by a member of the team.

Please note this product will have glitter


As a London fan, you may appreciate some fun facts on London's sights:

  • While many people associate Big Ben with the iconic clock tower that’s now such a familiar sight, this tower is actually named St Stephen’s; Big Ben is in fact the bell within the famous structure.
  • The London Eye is the focal point for London’s New Year’s firework display and stands at 135m, making it one of the tallest buildings in London and giving individuals views of London of up to 25 miles. Receiving more visitors than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids of Giza, the London Eye has much to boast about, yet remains unusually cautious. For example, each pod is numbered from 1 – 33, despite there being only 32 carriages. Number 13 is omitted due to the superstition of it being an unlucky number
  • The red telephone box was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (1880- 1960) and, along with the red post box and the red London bus, is an instantly recognisable symbols of Britain. Scott's design of the K2 cast iron telephone kiosk won a Post Office sponsored competition in 1924. His updated K6 design followed in 1935.


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