Home Front: Keeping Memories Aglow 

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After their father died, sisters Robin Wilton Jones and Sharon Wilton Atack, co-owners of Consider the Lily, wanted to create a special piece that could be used to remember late family members, friends or special occasions.

The result is the Remembrance Candleholder, a solid pewter candlestick with a hand-blown glass globe by Blenko Glass. A butterfly, whose wings can be engraved, symbolizes new beginnings.



Consider the Lily
5522-A Lakeside Ave.; (804) 262-3200

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