Thanksgiving Gourds: Larry and the Gobbler
Everyone loves Meadowbrooke Gourds for Thanksgiving decorating. They add charm to any table or sideboard. Fall gourds will arrive about September 15.
Made by Meadowbrooke Gourds, Carlisle, Pennsylvania. As each is made from a dried gourd, shape and size may vary.
Larry This Fall festive turkey has a natural and red head, walnut colored body and a natural tail. He is approximately 9” long and has a top hat.
The adorable Larry Miniature has a natural colored head and a red waddle. He has a walnut colored body and is wearing a cute little hat. He is cut into a small basket that you can use to fill with your holiday decor or you could lit him up by purchasing a battery-operated tea light.
This Small Gobbler is a festive turkey with a natural and red head, walnut colored body and a natural tail. He is approximately 5” in diameter.
The oh-so-cute Tiny Gobbler has a natural and red head, walnut colored body and a natural tail. He is approximately 3" long.
Also see our gourd Jack-O-Lanterns.
How to Make Your Gourd Last 100 Years
- Display your gourd where it isn't exposed to excessive moisture and avoid long periods of direct sunlight.
- When storing your gourd, choose a cool, dark, and dry environment.
- To clean your gourds, wipe them with a soft dry cloth.
- Light your gourd with electric lights (7 watt max) or battery operated lights only.
- Never place a lit candle in a gourd because gourds are flammable.
Warning: Gourds are flammable. Do not use candles in them or place near open flames.