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Light Brown Norman Rockwell Leaf Basket Set with Protector

Original price $328.00
Original price $328.00
Original price $328.00
Current price $295.00
Current price $295.00

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The geese are heading south, the air is crisp, and the leaves are piled high ready to be ignited: it must be autumn. Norman Rockwell knew all about this season. He painted the scene of the grandfather watching the geese; his grandson ready to set the pile ablaze; and the dog wanting to play in the freshly raked leaves, when the artist and his family lived in West Arlington, Vermont. It appeared in a calendar in 1948. The design and colors of this maple leaf-shaped basket are inspired by Norman Rockwell's illustrative painting, Grandpa and Me: Raking Leaves. Our beautiful Norman Rockwell Series 7 Collection basket is available in four different fall color stains. Each basket has a board bottom and features the official Norman Rockwell burn. Moreover, it comes with a Certificate of Authentication Card to ensure its authenticity. This basket is perfectly sized for serving snacks or displaying as a decorative accent during the fall season.

Includes: Basket, Protector and Product Authenticity Card

  • 14.25"L x 15.25"W x 2.25"H
  • Each handcrafted basket features the Longaberger, Dresden, OH, USA burn and the weaver's initials and production year
  • Handcrafted in Dresden, OH
  • Basket Care Instructions: Easily clean basket with a dry brush
  • Protector Care Instructions: Wash with warm soapy water. Not for use in the microwave or dishwasher
The Longaberger Company was established in 1973, continuing the basket-weaving tradition that began in Dresden, OH in 1896. Longaberger is still continuing the art of basket making in the village of Dresden, America's Basketmaking Capital. We welcome you to visit us at our home in Dresden at our General Store located at 600 Main Street. You can then take a walk down to the Workshop to witness the process of basket making and see our skilled artisans at work.