A celebrated form of decoration for centuries, topiaries were first introduced in ancient Rome. Fanciful cones, balls, finials, and even animal shapes made them a favorite for formal gardens. Topiaries reached their height in 18th-century England, as well as in upper-crust American homes. Sculpted of boxwood, ivy, and holly, they were particularly popular during the holidays. The traditional forms represented in these festive accessories are reminiscent of topiaries in Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area. Your purchase of WILLIAMSBURG products supports the education, preservation, and citizenship missions of the not-for-profit Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
• Handwoven from 100% coir
• Hand-stenciled with eco-friendly dyes
• Coconut fiber is an excellent dirt-trapper
• Measures 22" by 35"
• 0.75" thickness
• Care: Shake, sweep, or vacuum clean. Recommended for use under a sheltered area.