Lion Wreath Ornament

12.00 USD $12 $10.80 Members

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Product summary

Item #9399 (in stock)

For over 100 years, our stately lions, sculpted by Edward Kemeys’s (American, 1843–1907), have stood sentry at the museum's entrance.  Recreating the lions in the holiday wreaths they don each season, this cast resin ornament comes with gold cord for hanging.

1 3/4 in. x 2 1/2 in. 


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  1. Dec 30, 2020

    from GRIFFITH, IN

    Looking straight on, it looks like a wolf, so I am disappointed. But look on it from the side, and it looks like the lion out front at the Art Museum. I like the wreath, makes it look festive for Christmas.

  2. Dec 27, 2020

    from LaHabra, CA

    They’re smaller than expected, but so incredibly detailed! I receive so many compliments on them. Family and friends went right on line to buy this. We all got two. I wish it’s accompanying Lion was available, but these two work out just fine as both.

  3. Nov 11, 2020

    from Franklin,

    I love this ornament. It has pride of place on our tree. It's a beautiful reminder of our visit to the Art Institute.

  4. Dec 22, 2016

    from Westmont, IL

    I love this ornament! I have had one on my tree for years. My oldest daughter attended the School of the Art Institute and loved the Museum! This year I bought 2 more for my younger daughters. The detail is exceptional!

  5. Aug 8, 2016

    from Fredericksburg, VA

    The perfect size for the Chicago area on my Christmas tree. Love it!

  6. Dec 21, 2015

    from Mitchell, NE

    I purchased this ornament for someone who visited the museum often as a child. She left the Chicago area decades ago but often mentions her memories of the stately lions and their decorations during the holidays. It was the perfect gift!

  7. Apr 23, 2015

    from Valparaiso, IN

    The ornament may be small but it's nice. It's not cheap looking at all.

  8. Dec 17, 2014

    from Palm Springs, CA

    disappointing very tiny and cheap looking

  9. Dec 7, 2012

    from Chicago, IL

    A beautiful gift for a far-away friend to remind them of home during the holidays.

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