Like Eartha Kitt sang in the 1950s Christmas song "Santa Baby," Tiffany Graduated bead drop pendant gifts are on the wish lists of some this year. Though you wont find a sable or a '54 convertible, light blue, under a Christmas tree, you will find other jewels on Tiffany Bangles annual self-guided Conyngham Valley Historical Society's 2010 home tour, scheduled for Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Tiffany and Co. gift boxes and the store's signature aqua blue and white trim Robert Thomas' tree and are sprinkled throughout his home at 81 Main St., Conyngham, that will have visitors singing "Santa Baby" to themselves. "Boo doo bee doo." But Thomas' holiday highlight is a dark green Tiffany-inspired Christmas tree full of things shiny and bright. If Tiffany Heart and TIFF Box Charm has visitors wanting even more sparkle, they can stop by Fellin's Jewelers, 34 Sugarloaf Ave., Conyngham, where Mary Celeste Kosko recently was working on a window display Tiffany Bracelets the store's new location that opened the first week of November.
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