President & Whitre House Cufflinks
Air Force One Seal Cufflinks, 24KT Gold Finish, Raised Presidential Eagle with Blue Border, USA, Jewel Case with Gold White House Seal on White Pane Inside

American Flag Cufflinks, Union Crest with Thirteen Stars, 24KT Gold Plated, USA, Jewel Case with Gold White House Seal on White Pane Inside

President & White House Cufflinks
Presidential Eagle Seal Cufflinks, 24KT Gold Plated, Sculpted on Cobalt Setting, USA, Jewel Case with Gold White House Seal on White Pane Inside

Presidential Eagle, Sculpted, 24KT Gold Plated, Black Enamel Border and Setting, USA, Jewel Case with Gold White House Seal on White Pane Inside
Obama Cufflinks
American Flag Cufflinks, Union Crest with Thirteen Stars, 24KT Gold Plated, USA, Includes Velvet Jewel Case with White House Seal on Inside Pane (not shown)

Presidential Eagle Cufflinks, 24KT Gold Plated, Seal Blue, Scalloped Edge, Protective Finish, USA, Includes Velvet Jewel Case with White House Seal on Inside Pane (not shown)
President & Whitre House Cufflinks
The White House Presidential Eagle Seal Cufflinks, 24KT Gold Finished, Sculpted, Multidimensional, Thirteen Stars, USA, Jewel Case with Gold White House Seal on White Pane Inside

Presidential Eagle Cufflinks, Sculpted, 24KT Gold Plated, Black Enamel Border and Setting, Jewel Case with Gold White House Seal on White Pane Inside

President & Whitre House Cufflinks
For 70 years, the White House Gift Shop, Est. 1946 by Presidential Memorandum of H. S. Truman is the origin of most classic Presidential jewelry designs. We have made custom jewelry, glassware, and other exceptional items for many Presidents of the United States for seven decades. The Air Force One cufflinks set is attractive, affordable, and a perfect way to remember your guest status aboard Air Force One, your visit to the White House, Washington D.C. or your government, military, service as well as a distinguished presidential Air Force One set for all Americans.
The White House Gold Filigree Easter Egg Roll Heirloom Eggs of the White House Gift Shop includes 2016, 2015, and 2014.

The White House 24-Karat Gold Finished Heirloom Easter Egg Collection Complete Set to Date

Includes Hand-Signed Parchment Certificates of Authenticity and Appreciation Personalized with Your Name or Recipient's Name - One for Each Heirloom Eg

Designed to Museum Level Archival Specifications for Your Family from Generation to Generations — Centuries Hence — a Feature of all Genuine White House Gift Shop® Exclusive Collections

This exquisite set is timelessly designed to precise museum archival specifications for you by Giannini and 100% handcrafted in the USA by the official White House ornament maker and features — handcrafted in the USA, elegant 24-karat gold finish, perfectly baked enamels, intricate filigree on nickel plated brass that is finished in gold for timeless preservation, depending on year - the White House north or south lawn view in sealed preservation dome, beautifully boxed for collection or gift giving, a hand-signed 11" x 8" parchment certificate of appreciation and authenticity, and much more!

White House Easter Eggs Signed


The original site of the Easter Monday Egg Roll was the grounds of the United States Capitol. By the mid-1870s, the egg rolling activities on the West Terraces had gained notoriety as the children turned the Capitol grounds into their Easter Monday playground. The first egg rolls, largely family affairs, seem to have been held during the administration of President Andrew Johnson. Youngsters of the President's family dyed eggs on Sunday for the Monday rolling, which the First Lady would watch from the South Portico. The workers and tourists watched in fascination as the children rolled both their hard boiled eggs and themselves down the lush green hills.

The egg roll activity of 1876 took its toll on the grounds, a fact that did not go unnoticed by members of Congress. With an already inadequate budget to complete the landscaping and maintenance of the grounds, Congress passed a law forbidding the Capitol grounds to be used as a children's playground. The law was to be enforced in 1877. But that Easter Monday rain poured down, canceling any outdoor activities sending the egg rollers indoors to play.

On Easter Saturday of 1878, a small announcement in the local press informed the egg rollers the new law would be enforced. President Rutherford B. Hayes, taking his daily walk, was approached by a number of young egg rollers who inquired about the possibilities of egg rolling on the South Lawn of the White House. President Hayes, upon his return to the White House, issued an official order that should any children arrive to egg roll on Easter Monday, they were to be allowed to do so. That Monday, as children were being turned away from the Capitol grounds, word quickly spread to go to the White House!

President Hayes and his wife, Lucy, officially opened the White House grounds to the children of the area for egg rolling that Easter Monday. Successive Presidents continued the tradition, and the event has been held on the South Lawn ever since.

White House The Red Room


The Red Room is the Seventh Room of the Ongoing "Rooms" Series with One Room Added Once or Twice Each Year

The Red Room traditionally has served as a parlor or sitting room; recent Presidents have had small dinner parties here. During the Madison administration, the room became Dolley Madison's famous salon. A sunflower yellow, not red, dominated the room's décor. During John Tyler's administration, this room became the "Washington Parlor," when the large Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington, now in the East Room, was displayed here at that time. Yellow dominated the color scheme until 1845, when President and Mrs. Polk furnished the room with a dark crimson French Antique style suite and a ruby carpet. Soon the "Washington Parlor" became the "Red Room." The Rooms of the White House Ornament Collection from the White House Gift Shop, Est. 1946 are architecturally correct interior dioramas of the White House Rooms. These exceptional collectibles and gifts are handcrafted in Rhode Island, USA, by the official ornament makers, are completely finished in 24KT gold on premium brass with exquisitely baked enamels, and include an informational history card for each piece in this exceptional new White House Collection. The White House Rooms available include the Oval Office, the State Dining Room, the Blue Room, the Green Room, the Red Room, and the East Room with many more rooms to come!

1991 White House Ornament

THE WHITE HOUSE ON THE EVE OF THE TURN OF A CENTURY, 1899, the design of which was influenced by the art of Norway during the European art period as seen by the point and angle-of-view as well as through the arrangement of the procession of carriages and people.

The 1991 White House ornament was first placed on the Christmas tree in the White House by a member of the Uniformed Division of Secret Service and is now a treasured heirloom, worldwide, by collectors and traders who value the historical and often artistically referential nuances of the White House Gift Shop’s official annual ornaments as well as the beauty of this collection with all ornaments featuring: complete 24KT gold finishing, elegantly one color at a time baked enamels, individually crafted by American hands (these are not mass production pieces), historical information cards, and dated by year to mark the passage of the seasons and times of your life and family, and exquisitely made, always, only by our master ornament artists and official makers in Rhode Island, USA.

On Christmas Eve, 1991, an active duty officer of the Uniformed Division of U.S. Secret Service placed this first White House Gift Shop official annual Christmas and Holidays ornament on the White House Christmas Tree. Known then as the Secret Service Ornament Collection, in 2013 the collection became the White House Annual Ornament Collection a seamless continuation of the visionary work of the pioneers who created this, the only original and president ordered White House Gift Shop in White House history - now trademark/service mark protected in our 70th year by the United States Patent and Trademark Office in recognition of our provenance and history of service to presidents, citizens, diplomats, departments of government, and friends of America, globally. The journey to United States trademark protection of the White House Gift Shop, Est. 1946® has been long sought, vitally necessary, and we thank you for your support across these many decades in helping The White House Gift Shop advance its goal of transforming to a significant American foundation with a long history of doing good for others and celebrating the dignity and honor of being Americans.

1996 White House Ornament

The 1996 White House ornament was made under the administration of President Bill Clinton and derived Impressionistic inspiration from Vincent Van Gogh's STARRY NIGHT, a little known fact about the design of this 24-karat gold finished art and White House commemorative.

Air Force One Model from White House
Air Force One Custom Mahogany Model

This solid mahogany wood Air Force One model adds elegance and distinction to your office, study, home, or collection. This Air Force One model is a substantial gift or collection piece and perfect as a diplomatic gift and a top choice among diplomats for gifts to heads-of-states and other dignitaries for gifts symbolic of the United States of America. Includes a Personalized Certificate of Special Appreciation and Authenticity of Origin. Measures Approximately 19"L 16"W. United States Air Force - Boeing VC-25A is most famous for its role as Air Force One, the call sign of any U.S. Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States. The two aircraft currently in U.S. service are highly modified versions of Boeing's 747-200B, with tail numbers 28000 and 29000 -- tail number on this model is 28000. Ships an in oversize and protective "double" box with insurance included. Includes a Personalized Certificate of Authenticity & Appreciation from the only original authorized White House Gift Shop, Est. 1946 -- a perfect combination for display or gift giving!

The first official Air Force One was a Douglas VC-54C and called the “Sacred Cow.” Photo shown. This aircraft is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.