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LOOK WHAT SCHERRI FOUND...DIAMONDS ETCHED IN HISTORY.

American novelist, Nathaniel Hawthorne and his new bride, Sophia lived in a home known as "The Old Manse" from 1842 to 1845, in Concord, Massachusetts.  The couple engraved notes of their life together, into the glass panes of the home's windows, using Sophia's DIAMOND RING.  Some of the written words talk about Nathaniel and Sophia's love for each other, a miscarriage suffered by the couple and holding their daughter, Una at the window to look at a fresh snow.

LOOK WHAT SCHERRI FOUND...DIAMONDS ETCHED IN HISTORY. American novelist, Nathaniel Hawthorne and his new bride, Sophia lived in a home known as "The Old Manse" from 1842 to 1845, in Concord, Massachusetts. The couple engraved notes of their life together, into the glass panes of the home's windows, using Sophia's DIAMOND RING. Some of the written words talk about Nathaniel and Sophia's love for each other, a miscarriage suffered by the couple and holding their daughter, Una at the window to look at a fresh snow.

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