Eyeing the set of gifts referenced in the "12 Days of Christmas" for your true love?

The set of gifts, which include milking maids, pear trees and French hens, will cost you $27,393, according to a tongue-in-cheek price index.

That's up 7.7 percent from last year, according to PNC Wealth Management, the firm that for 30 years has compiled the Christmas Price Index.

Since the index was first compiled in 1983, year-over-year inflation increases have averaged 2.9 percent

Here's a breakdown of the cost of the 12 gifts:

  • One partridge in a pear tree: $200

  • Two turtledoves: $125

  • Three French hens: $165

  • Four calling birds: $600

  • Five gold rings: $750

  • n Six geese: $210

    Seven swans: $7,000

  • Eight milking maids: $58 (if they're paid the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour)

  • Nine ladies dancing: $7,553

  • 10 leaping lords: $5,243

  • 11 pipers piping: $2,635

  • 12 drummers: $2,855

    Note: The drummers, dancing ladies, leaping lords, piping pipers are not bought; their services are rented.