Christmas Cracker - Cream & Gold 10 x 14"
Tom Smith is considered the father of Christmas crackers. As a confectioner during the Victorian period, he added a snap, hat, gifts and messages to paper containers and was soon awarded a royal warrant for providing festive novelties and wrapping paper to Buckingham Palace. Each pack contains ten cream and gold, 14" long crackers or, as Tom Smith originally called them, "Bangs of Expectation." Over time, a simpler name became more popular, which is why we have a cracker on the dinner table, rather than a 'bang.'
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