Vidalia Sweetie

$48.00

  • Mouth Blown, Hand Painted and Glittered in Poland
  • Sterling Silver Lined Blown Glass Vidalia Onion Christmas Tree Ornament
  • Unique Limited Edition Whimsical Onion Ornament
  • Collectible Decorative Holiday Tree Decoration
  • 4″
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Vidalia Sweetie's Story

The story in the gift box of JingleNog’s vidalia onion ornament is as follows,
“Loveable as the sweet onion city of Vidalia, Georgia the
Vidalia Sweetie is everyone’s sweetheart. They say she was first spotted by Moses Coleman himself at dusk one April
evening back in 1930. Coleman rubbed his eyes to make sure that the lovely dolled up onion he was spotting was not a dream. She smiled sweetly at him and in a sugary voice
introduced herself. As he drew closer he could see this onion was like no other. She swayed and hummed to the soft breeze of the evening and he was entranced. After what seemed to be ages but must have been moments she pardoned herself,
explaining that she had a date with her friend Yumion but would meet up with him again soon. The memory of the
encounter stuck with Coleman and a year later the first
Vidalia onions came to market and went straight to the history books. We are told that even now the Vidalia Sweetie can be spotted just before dark on April evenings in the fields of Toombs County along with her friend Yumion and a pair of sweeter onions you will never see!”

Vidalia Sweetie's Story

The story in the gift box of JingleNog’s vidalia onion ornament is as follows,
“Loveable as the sweet onion city of Vidalia, Georgia the
Vidalia Sweetie is everyone’s sweetheart. They say she was first spotted by Moses Coleman himself at dusk one April
evening back in 1930. Coleman rubbed his eyes to make sure that the lovely dolled up onion he was spotting was not a dream. She smiled sweetly at him and in a sugary voice
introduced herself. As he drew closer he could see this onion was like no other. She swayed and hummed to the soft breeze of the evening and he was entranced. After what seemed to be ages but must have been moments she pardoned herself,
explaining that she had a date with her friend Yumion but would meet up with him again soon. The memory of the
encounter stuck with Coleman and a year later the first
Vidalia onions came to market and went straight to the history books. We are told that even now the Vidalia Sweetie can be spotted just before dark on April evenings in the fields of Toombs County along with her friend Yumion and a pair of sweeter onions you will never see!”

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 10 in