The range from Shore, aimed for the holidays and everyday décor, will include an angel, Santa, Noah's Ark and an 18th-century milliner shown working on her stitches. Meanwhile, the line from Department 56 will feature finely detailed lighted buildings and coordinating figures.
"We are thrilled to begin working with Enesco, a company that shares our commitment to quality and creativity," says Jim Easton, vice president of products for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. "We think Department 56 and Jim Shore are excellent additions to our family of partners and we know customers are going to love these new pieces."
Both collections will debut at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market (June 23 to 29) and Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market (July 14 to 21).
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