The Victorian Christmas set celebrates all that was good in a Victorian Christmas.
When snowflakes were first photographed in 1880, Victorians were fascinated by them. People had not suspected that such perfect crystalline beauty could be found in each and every snowflake. But once seen, their six-pointed pattern could be seen everywhere--in clothing, advertisements, and decorations.
Christmas bells were also much loved by Victorians. Churches used their carillons (an immense instrument consisting of racks of bells) to play carols and compositions heard only on Christmas day. People that were lucky enough to live within listening distance of a carillon cherished the bells of Christmas
These four colored soaps are scented with a fragrance that brings back the aroma of a Victorian kitchen during the holiday season. (Think pies and bread baking, cinnamon, plum pudding, a hint of vanilla...) The little angle is unscented
Offered with both red and green backgrounds, this charming set of five soaps arrives in a ready-to-wrap white box, lined with pretty Christmas tissue paper and filled with holly green fluff.