Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Box contains a four piece Havdalah set of stoneware and glaze, a white and blue stoneware with lid, and a stoneware and glaze blue jar with lid. Havdalah is the religious ceremony that marks the symbolic end of Shabbat and ushers in a new week. The ritual invoves lighting a special havdalah candle with several wicks, blessing a cup of wine and smelling sweet spices.
This box contains several ceramic statues, including one of a dancing couple, two of men playing instruments (the violin player is slightly damaged), and two individuals dancing, likely a set, one man and one woman.
This box contains several pieces of memorabilia, including a Scottish sporran (purse worn with a kilt), four small ceramic dancing figures, a magnetic piece with small square dancers on it, a wooden doll carved and dressed to look like an asian figure, a felt 1993 hanging calendar that says "Square Dancing is For All Seasons", two posters for the Cheyenne Mountain Dancers, and other small pieces of square dancing memorabilia.