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Mingle Jingle Be Merry by Fitz and Floyd

Mingle Jingle Be Merry by Fitz and Floyd

Cheery, bright, and festively varied, the Mingle, Jingle, Be Merry collection from Fitz and Floyd is a great choice for those who like their winter holidays light and lively. Including everything from centerpiece figurines to colorful ramekins, the pattern has a merry peppermint palette with red, pink, and green on a white background. Santa Claus and reindeer themes predominate, and several pieces feature fetching candy-cane borders and sprigs of holly berries. Mingle Jingle includes several workhorse pieces, like the star serving bowl and the snack plate sets. But its most charming offerings are the ones where fun takes precedence over function, like the somersaulting Santas and the sled-shaped cheese tray. Crafted from earthenware and painted by hand, Mingle Jingle pieces are great hostess gifts or collectibles. To best preserve their quality, washing by hand is recommended.

Fitz and Floyd Mingle Jingle Be Merry was produced from 2006 to 2009. If you need replacement or additional pieces for your collection of Fitz and Floyd Mingle Jingle Be Merry, monitor this page on a weekly basis for new listings. If you are in a hurry, here's what's available right now for immediate purchase:

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When it comes to finding Fitz and Floyd that is difficult to find in stores near you, one of your best resources for acquiring the items you want is eBay, where there are a lot of wonderful finds still in the original boxes. We all receive those odd items as gifts that we have no need for and never use. Yet, one person's junk could be exactly the treasure you want.

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Please Note: Not all Fitz and Floyd is safe for use in the microwave. Patterns with gold or platinum trim should not be used in your microwave because microwaves can not pass through metal. If in doubt, use this simple test: Is this Utensil Safe for the Microwave?




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