Published on December 22, 2016

Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Gives Bailey Box Ornaments to Babies Born on Christmas Day

RALEIGH, N.C. – Bailey’s Fine Jewelry is partnering with UNC REX Healthcare to provide a Bailey Box Christmas ornament to all babies born at the hospital on Christmas Day as a way to commemorate the special occasion. UNC REX is one of the most popular places to deliver a baby in North Carolina, helping welcome more than 5,000 babies every year. 

The ornament, designed by Christopher Radko especially for Bailey’s, is a replica of the iconic black and white striped Bailey Box tied up with a red ribbon. The collectible is an Old World European style glass ornament and is handmade in Poland.

“One of the best parts of our business is getting to witness the Bailey Box Moments – those milestones in life like birthdays, engagements and anniversaries that we have the privilege of being a part of,” said Trey Bailey of Bailey’s Fine Jewelry. “The birth of a baby is one of the greatest blessings, and welcoming a child on Dec. 25 is the ultimate Christmas gift! We’re truly honored to be involved in these families’ Bailey Box Moments and give them something that will remind them of the special day for years to come.”

Bailey’s will also give ornaments to all the families with babies born on Christmas at UNC Nash Hospital in Rocky Mount and Vidant Women’s Center in Greenville. The ornament retails for $45 and is available exclusively at all Bailey’s Fine Jewelry locations.