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Brookfield, New Hampshire | 225th Anniversary Custom Ornament

Posted by Alison on 6/21/2019 to Commemorative Gifts
Brookfield, New Hampshire | 225th Anniversary Custom Ornament

Brookfield, New Hampshire - Commemorative Ornament

We have teamed up with the town of Brookfield, NH to make a custom ornament in celebration of the town’s 225th anniversary. Incorporated in 1794, the Town of Brookfield, New Hampshire is in Carroll County and is home to Kingswood Lake. It is a small town with a population of only 712, according to the 2010 United States Census Bureau, and has a mere 23.3 square miles of land. Brookfield is proud to be a residential, rural community that has resisted much of the commercial development seen in surrounding New Hampshire.

Historian, Carolyn D. Chase best describes the town of Brookfield in Our Yesteryears, the Story of Brookfield, New Hampshire,

"With its curious configuration caused by the ridge of the Moose Mountains creating a ragged southern border, Brookfield is a rural town blessed with gentle hills criss-crossed by rambling streams. Dirt roads wind through the hills, past cellar holes and family graveyards with unmarked fieldstones that speak of lives lived out and long forgotten. Threading through 14,802 land acres of this smallest town in Carroll County are more than 136 miles of stonewalls that mark the boundaries of old farms given over to second growth forests. Driving through Brookfield, one becomes aware that no town center exists other than the old meeting house, the Town House on Wentworth Road, which stands as a solitary symbol of a town that time seems to have bypassed. The landscape is sprinkled generously with farmhouses dating from the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and around Kingswood Lake are clustered several turn-of-the-century 'summer' homes." https://www.brookfieldnh.org/about-us/pages/brookfield-seen-today

This hand cast custom ornament features Brookfield's town logo, showing maple trees tapped for sugaring. The detailing of this ornament can only be accomplished through a process of antiquing and blackening to emphasize the depth and dimensions in the original design. Once an ornament is blackened and antiqued, it goes through a process of buffing that allows the shine of the pewter to come through and accentuate the detailing in the designs. Each ornament is buffed by hand and inspected before it gets dusted, strung, and packaged.

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