FrontierVille: Silver & Gold decorations now available

While the phrase "Silver and Gold" might take you back to Christmas, it seems as though Zynga is hoping they'll put you in the mood for Spring in FrontierVille - or at least tide you over until actual Spring-themed decorations can be released (which is more likely), as 12 new decorations have been released in the game - six each in silver and gold.

The six gold items are:

Huge Gold Font - 60 Horseshoes
Gold Font - 40 Horseshoes
Gold Chest (a gold version of the Hope Chest) - 6 Horseshoes
Gold Tend Here (sign) - 14,250 coins
Gilded Fox - 8 Horseshoes
Golden Still - 33,250 coins

Meet us behind the break for a look at the silver items.

The silver items, if you look closely, do contain two items that are identical to the gold set. The prices, however, are much different (cheaper) for the silver items, so make sure to take special note of that if you choose to purchase one or the other.

The six silver items are:

Silver Bench - 66,500 coins
Silver Carriage - 475,000 coins
Huge Silver Font - 40 Horseshoes
Silver Font - 30 Horseshoes
Silver Picnic Table - 9,500 coins
Silver Samovar - 14,250 coins

For those that are unfamiliar, a Samovar is a metal container found in and around Russia or other European countries that is used to heat or boil water. We doubt this was released as a reference to any new theme in the game, however, as it is likely just available due to the fact that it looks pretty. We'll be sure to let you know if that changes.

All of these items seem to be permanent additions to the game's store, as they haven't been labeled as "Limited Time" items. With the release of the storage shed expansion missions just this afternoon, it looks as though Zynga is already giving you items to fill it with, and we really can't blame them. We'll make sure to let you know if more gold and silver items are released in the game in the future.

Do you like this new set of silver and gold items? Which color would you be more likely to purchase? Let us know in the comments.
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