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Towle Silver Bell - Polish Silver With Baking Soda - Silver Oak 1998.

Towle Silver Bell


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  • Le timbre d’argent (The Silver Bell) is an opera fantastique in four acts by composer Camille Saint-Saens to a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carre. Although completed in 1865, the opera did not receive its premiere performance until 23 February 1877 at Theatre Lyrique in Paris.
  • Halesia ( which is named after Stephen Hales ) , also known as (Silverbell or Snowdrop Tree) is a small genus of four or five species of deciduous large shrubs or small trees in the family Styracaceae, native to eastern Asia (southeast China) and eastern North America (southern Ontario, Canada
  • any of various deciduous trees of the genus Halesia having white bell-shaped flowers
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Towle Annual Musical Bell, 26th Edition
Towle Annual Musical Bell, 26th Edition
This Silverplate Musical Bell is embossed with Christmas 2006, with a pierced border of stars. Plays "O Holy Night"

Ring in the holidays with the 26th edition of this lovely collectible ornament. Made in the USA and measuring approximately 8 inches high, Towle's gleaming silver-plated bell plays the traditional carol "O Holy Night" using a secret music-box mechanism. (Also discreetly hidden inside the bell, the winding key is easy to turn should you wish to hear the song again.) A pierced border of stars of Bethlehem surrounds the gracefully scalloped rim, just below "Christmas 2006" embossed in flowing script. A hanging loop and cheerful red ribbon complete the design. The included gift box makes this ornament an especially thoughtful and attractive present, but it's equally suited for collectors and anyone looking to commemorate a special year. Made in the USA, this Towle musical bell measures 8 inches tall.--Mary Park

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Silver Bell Bakery & Cafe
Silver Bell Bakery & Cafe
I had long heard of a Lithuanian bakery in Queens which put out some of the best bread in the world. The best bread in the world being, of course, Lithuanian. This is good, hearty dark rye bread without any caraway. There used to be a Lithuanian bakery in Brockton, Massachusetts (Montello Baking) but it closed about five years ago. It was only a few miles from my mother-in-law's house and I always made sure to make the detour when we were visiting her. In 1998 I brought a 2 kilo loaf back with me from Lithuania. In 2003 Carly & I took a round 8 pound loaf from Montello with us on a trip to Vermont. We had it each morning for breakfast, slathered with goat cheese and honey. When I decided to head to Jamaica Bay for the shorebird migration I looked up the bakery as well. (A number of web pages are devoted to guiding devotees to our Source of Life; it was on one of these pages that I discovered Silver Bell). One way of taking mass transit to the wildlife refuge meant taking the 7 train to 61st & Woodside and transferring to the Q53 bus. A few stops further down the line is the Junction Boulevard subway stop; Silver bell is on Junction Boulevard a few stops south of the station. I spent a good five hours birding then headed back and on to the bakery. I was not disappointed. They had small to medium loaves of what they called "Farmer's Rye"; they were dark and smelled wonderful. But what really caught my eye was the "Lithuanian rye" ; a medium rye with loaves up to a 12-pound round. Yes, that's right, twelve pounds of bread. While I would have preferred a 12-pound dark loaf, I grabbed a 1-pound dark and the 12-pound medium. How could I resist? The darker one was, indeed, much closer to the bread which I had in Lithuania and Brockton. The big round, however, is still fantastic, and with eight pounds of it to go at time of writing, we are consuming it at a healthy rate.
Silver Bells in the City
Silver Bells in the City
Fireworks launch over the Capital building in Lansing at the annual state Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Michigan. Decent weather and temps made for a great time at the Silver Bells celebration this year (11/19/2010).

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Silver Bells
In the air, there's a feeling of Christmas. . .so settle into your coziest armchair and enjoy four captivating tales that will make your holidays merry and bright. . .
"Silver Bells" by Fern Michaels
For years, movie star Amy Lee wondered what it would be like to leave her shallow Hollywood life and go back home to Apple Valley, Pennsylvania. This Christmas, she plans to find out. And Hank Anders, her high-school boyfriend, is now ready to give her a welcome she'll never forget. . .
"Dear Santa. . ." by JoAnn Ross
Mystery author Holly Berry's SUV has broken down in the little hamlet of Santa's Village, Washington. Holly hates the holidays--that is until lodge owner Gabriel O'Halloran and his five-year-old daughter rekindle her belief in passion, magic, and Christmas wishes. . .
"Christmas Past" by Mary Burton
Photographer Nicole Piper just received a very unwelcome Christmas gift--a letter that holds clues to an elusive killer's identity. Uncovering the truth means enlisting homicide detective David Ayden's help, and embarking on a road trip that will take them both into the heart of danger and desire. . .
"A Mulberry Park Christmas" by Judy Duarte
Every Christmas, the folks living on Sugar Plum Lane pull out all the stops when decorating. After a bitter breakup, Alyssa Ridgeway's heart just isn't in it this year. But running into her first love, James "Mac" MacGregor, fills her with memories of the tender Christmas kiss they once shared. . .

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