What’s in store . . . Holiday 2018!

What’s in store . . . Holiday 2018!

Today we finished up the second in a string of shows for the Winter 2018 show season. Tomorrow we leave Dallas behind for Los Angeles even after having already worked Atlanta and with Las Vegas on the horizon.
Mark Snyder
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Department 56 Announces Retirement List 2017

Department 56 Announces Retirement List 2017

Every year Department 56 retires some of their intricately detailed collectibles. From Villages to Snow Babies and more, we have the first look at the 2017 retirements for Department 56 Villages, Cross Product, Snow Babies and Possible Dreams Figures.
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The William Glen Christmas & Company Department 56 Halloween Display Contest is Here!

The William Glen Christmas & Company Department 56 Halloween Display Contest is Here!

Show off your display skills and enter to win one of several prizes. Send us your photos to be entered in our Halloween Village Display Contest Contest entry deadline is October 25, 2017.
Mark Snyder
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JingleNog Debuts at William Glen and Christmas & Company

JingleNog Debuts at William Glen and Christmas & Company

Back in 1981 Bill Snyder and Glen Forbes formed a partnership with Irv and Julie Keller, owners of Keller's of Modesto, to create an import company known at Christmas Ornaments LTD. Together they leveraged their buying power along with over a dozen independent store who comprised the William Glen Catalog Association, to purchase mouth-blown, hand-painted glass Christmas ornaments from West Germany.
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William Glen Introduces Gift Registry & Wishlists
Stay Sharp!

Stay Sharp!

Never be afraid of a sharp knife. Use it like an extension of your hand.
Mark Snyder
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Made in America and Made for You!

Made in America and Made for You!

This pan will quickly become your favorite! Aluminized steel bakeware is made from sheets of cold rolled steel.
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A new William Glen store?

A new William Glen store?

“Mark is picking up the pieces and carrying on the legacy,” Carole Kassis says. “Nothing’s forever, that’s for sure. Except death and taxes, that’s forever. But everything has a circle.”
Mark Snyder
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e-cloth changed my life

e-cloth changed my life

This cloth changed my life! I live in an older home and have a cat. I also love to live outdoors and frequently leave my windows open to enjoy the breeze and amazing temperatures.

Mark Snyder
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Christmas comes to Old Sac

Christmas comes to Old Sac

Christmas & Company and Chef’s Mercantile opened for business on Oct. 7 (2010) in the newly remodeled Ebner House and Empire Hotel located on K Street in Old Sacramento.

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