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Tequila Bottle Ornament

$14.99

This feisty spirit can only be produced in the Jalisco region of Mexico, near the city of Tequila. Fermented blue agave honey water can be aged varying lengths of time and can be enjoyed in a margarita, on the rocks or neat. July 24th is National Tequila Day, so pour yourself a shot Tequila!
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Red Wine Bottle Ornament

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The art of winemaking was perfected around 3000 B.C. in ancient Egypt, and it spread around the world. Grapes are crushed, their juice fermented, and eventually the wine is bottled for consumers. Once considered to be a gift from the gods, wine is enjoyed at celebrations large and small.
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Coffee To Go Ornament

$14.99

For centuries, coffee has been a favorite beverage around the world. In today's fast-paced culture, "coffee-to-go" has become increasingly popular. Now to the delight of coffee drinkers, many drive-thru venders offer premium coffee and espresso beverages in a timely and convenient fashion.
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Coffee Pot Ornament

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For centuries, coffee has been a favorite beverage around the world. In diners and restaurants coffee is served from coffee pots to caffeinate and energize its drinker. The coffee pot ornament makes a great gift for a waitress, waiter or coffee drinker.
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Blended Coffee Ornament

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A blended coffee is the perfect combination where a bitter coffee meets sweet, rich milk, ice and whipped cream to create a most delicious treat. Typically made with espresso, coffee lovers will travel out of their way and wait in line for the chance to savor a blended coffee each morning.
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Six Pack Of Beer Ornament

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The six pack emerged in the 1950s and has become a symbol of relaxation with good friends. Breweries originally sold bottles in crates of 12, but grocery stores found that the 6-pack fit better in a paper grocery bag. Enjoy responsibly and remember to recycle!
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Chilled Champagne

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Symbol of festive celebration, a bottle of bubbly is a welcome addition to any party. Best served cool, ideally 45-48 degrees Fahrenheit, the sparkling wine will be less gassy & will open with less spillage. Buckets are designed to hold a bottle, as well as ice & water. Cheers!
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Sun Tea Ornament

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Little else tastes like summer than sipping iced tea on a shady porch somewhere. Whether you make yours outdoors or in the fridge, any time you put tea leaves in water, they will release their lovely flavors. Feel free to try a variety of teas, and throw in some sweetener and lemon slices for good measure.
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Hot Cocoa Ornament

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This delightful drink is loved the world over. The Mayans & Aztecs took it straight with chilis, and the Europeans added the sugar & milk. In Spain, hot chocolate & churros is a traditional breakfast; in Nigeria, it s called tea. Cocoa is filled with antioxidants, aids with digestion and can lift bad moods the ultimate comfort food!
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Cosmopolitan Ornament

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A cosmopolitan, or cosmo cocktail is made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice and freshly squeezed lime juice. The drink s history is disputed but is believed to have been created in the 1970s. The classic drink can bring out the holiday spirit in just about anyone!
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Mug Of Beer Ornament

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The origins of beer date back as far as 10,000, B.C. and virtually every culture throughout history has produced it. Ancient beer had much more nutritional value than bread at that time and was often safer to drink than the water. In some cultures, beer was a dietary staple and was referred to as liquid bread !
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Beer Growler Ornament

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The beer growler is a jug specifically designed to transport draft beer. With the significant growth of craft breweries and home brewed beer, growlers allow beer drinkers the ability to take home their favorite beer. Growlers are not only useful to the beer drinker, but have also become collectors items.
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French Coffee Press

$16.99

The French Coffee Press is also known as a cafeti re or coffee plunger. This coffee brewing device was created in Italy in 1929. The perfect cup of coffee is made from coarse grounds that steep for 4 minutes. But don t wait too long; some say the coffee is spoiled after 20 minutes of steeping.
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Champagne Flute Ornament

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The champagne flute is designed specifically for this bubbly beverage. Champagne emits 30 bubbles a second! The tall glass flutes evolved to help minimize overflow. Champagne is considered a lucky wine. The bottle, the cork, and the wine itself all have connotations of good fortune. Best of luck!
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Vodka Bottle Ornament

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Cheers! It is commonly thought that the term "vodka" comes from the Slavic word for "little water". Vodka is deeply associated with the cultural roots of Slavic countries. This alcoholic beverage is typically drunk pure or used to make a variety of cocktail drinks such as Screwdrivers and Bloody Marys.
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Milkshake Ornament

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Oh, the convenience of this dairy delight! Unlike it s big brother the sundae, this treat can be sipped through a straw. Is this a beverage to be eaten with burgers and fries, or a dessert to be savored at the end of the meal? You decide!
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Pina Colada Ornament

$17.99

Strained pineapple is a sweet concoction of rum, coconut cream/milk and pineapple juice, served in a hurricane glass, garnished with a pineapple wedge & maraschino cherry. Robert Cofresi, Puerto Rican pirate gave this drink to his crew, to boost their morale. Today it s the national drink of Puerto Rico, and is celebrated annually on July 10th.
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White Wine Bottle Ornament

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The art of winemaking was perfected around 3000 B.C. in ancient Egypt, and it spread around the world. Grapes are crushed, their juice fermented, and eventually the wine is bottled for consumers. Once considered to be a gift from the gods, wine is enjoyed at celebrations large and small.
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Craft Beer Ornament

$16.99

A cold beer at the end of a long day is a refreshing way to relax. Craft breweries create a variety of beer flavor combinations to please any palate. The combination of water, hops, barley and yeast has been produced since 10,000 B.C. and for a long time was safer to drink than water!
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Champagne Toast Ornament

$16.99

Champagne emits 30 bubbles a second! The tall glass flutes evolved to help minimize overflow. This beautiful glass ornament makes a great gift or keepsake for any special occasion or celebration.
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Cappuccino Ornament

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Today we know this lovely drink as double espresso, hot milk & foam; yet it only became popular outside Italy in the 1930s, when it was served in cafes in Austria & Germany. The name is inspired by Capuchin friars due to the color of their red-brown robes, as well as their hoods (aka, little cappuccio ).
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Beer Tap Ornament

$18.99

Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed beverages around the world, sitting just behind water and tea. Legends say the first beer was made 7,000 years ago by accident when grain got wet, fermented and became a pulp. Beer served from a tap is largely known as draught beer.
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Lemonade Ornament

$15.99

Records dating back to the 11th century show a brisk trade in bottles of qatarmizat (lemon juice & sugar) in the Jewish community in Egypt. We continue to enjoy this refreshing beverage, fresh-squeezed, at home or purchased at the neighbor kid s lemonade stand!
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Wine Barrel Ornament

$18.99

The art of winemaking was perfected around 3000 B.C. in ancient Egypt, and it spread from there to Europe and the world. Grapes were crushed and their juice fermented in large wooden barrels. Once considered to be a gift from the gods, wine is enjoyed at celebrations everywhere.
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Moonshine Ornament

$17.99

Moonshine is known by many names, such as white lightning, mountain dew and hooch. Moonshine is alcohol made illegally, most known for being made in the hills of the Appalachian Mountains. Moonshiners have gone to great lengths to hide from the law since the prohibition days.
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Glass Of Beer Ornament

$14.99

The origins of beer date back as far as 10,000, B.C. and virtually every culture throughout history has produced it. Ancient beer had much more nutritional value than bread at that time and was often safer to drink than the water. In some cultures, beer was a dietary staple and was referred to as liquid bread !
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Apple Juice Box Ornament

$17.99

Apple juice boxes are a great addition to a kid s lunchbox or a sweet drink on the go. Apples are handpicked, macerated and pressed to create 100% apple juice inside the juice box, which is designed to withstand strong squeezes from little hands.
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Aluminum Beer Keg

$17.99

Folks have loved their beer for millennia, from Thomas Jefferson to Homer Simpson. Plato noted, He was a wise man who invented beer. Originally made of wood, metal kegs increase the safety & shelf life of the elixir within. There is no standard size for a keg, but the US legally defines it as 31 gallons. Cheers!
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Looking for a Christmas theme this holiday season?

Christmas is all about themes, and it all starts with the Christmas ornaments. Whether It’s a traditional theme or something near and dear to your heart, choosing a theme with colors and Christmas ornaments is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Your tree should be the center of your theme, then all other decorations should follow. Adding things like ribbon, flocking and lights are great additions and ways to show off those beautiful Christmas tree ornaments.

Deck the Halls with Pet Ornament Themes

Pets are a part of the family. Whether they have since past or are still spreading joy to the family, having an ornament that depicts them is a great way to symbolize them. We have a great selection of both cat Christmas ornaments and dog Christmas ornaments, as well as any other pets you might have in our animal ornament page.

Time-Honored Christmas Themes

You can’t go wrong with a traditional themed Christmas ornament. They are something everyone will love and there are so many options to choose from. From Santa to Snowman to a nativity scene to a gingerbread house ornament, Christmas themed ornaments are perfect for any Christmas tree.

Many Enjoy Angel Ornament Themes

Angels have been one of the classic toppers for many years, but they can also be great ornaments. These stoic guardians are perfect for any tree and we have a wide selection of colors and sizes to go with any color scheme you have going. Make an angel Christmas ornament a part of your tree this year.

Ornaments Can Go on More Than Just Christmas Trees

Christmas ornaments today are more than just for your tree. Snow globes are festive, and ornaments can be hung around the house. We have a great selection of ideas for other uses around the house, such as hanging them on hooks and stands or on wreaths. If you’re looking for more ideas on where to hang Christmas tree ornaments for the season or for all year round check out our post which details our top 6 ways to display Christmas ornaments all year.

Hanging Christmas Ornaments Throughout the House

When the tree is overflowing with hanging Christmas ornaments, ornaments hooks and stands are the next best thing. Whether it’s one Christmas ornament in particular you want to show off or a specific theme you’re going for you can use these to represent that perfectly. Christmas ornaments can also be hung year-round with these hooks and stands.

Holiday Snow Globes

It’s believed that snow globes were originally created as a replacement to paper weights. Today they have become perfect decorations found on mantels, tables, windowsills, desks and anywhere else they can be admired. They also make great gifts and collectibles. Check out our selection and add a beautiful, new addition to your decorations.

The History of Christmas Ornaments

In a tiny village tucked away in the mountains of central Germany, the Christmas ornaments we admire today were born. The town of Lauscha, Germany was famously known in the late 16th century for their specialty glassworks, including bowls, beads, drinkware and glass eyes. Around German Europe, families would decorate their Christmas trees with nuts, fruits and tinsel and apples (to represent the forbidden fruit discussed in the Bible), but this tradition was too costly for some lower class families. In 1847, a direct descendant of Lauscha’s first glass maker, Hans Greiner had an epiphany: create Christmas tree decorations that last beyond one Christmas. He went to work creating Christmas ornaments, or Baubels, in the shape of fruits, nuts and other simple designs. Soon the idea to decorate the Christmas tree with these hand-blown glass Christmas ornaments would spread like wildfire and start a worldwide tradition that continues on to this day. 

For more on the history of why Christmas trees have ornaments and other Christmas-inspired tidbits, visit the Old World Christmas blog!

How Christmas Ornaments Are Made Today

Christmas ornaments today have taken on shapes, sizes, colors and designs that would leave Hans Greiner speechless. What’s most impressive, though, is that Christmas ornaments are made in the same way now as they were in 1847, like the Christmas ornaments from Old World Christmas. We’ve taken the time to understand how traditional Christmas ornaments are made, and strive to create the most beautiful, handmade, mouth-blown Christmas ornaments for our loyal customers to cherish and pass down for years to come.

Using heat from a flame, clear glass cylinders with a long blow-pipe are turned consistently, evenly heating the glass. As the glass heats, it softens and glows. This glow tells us when it’s ready to expand and take the shape of the chosen mold. Once the entire bubbled end is glowing and hot, the glass maker blows into the long tube, using air to fill the end of the glass bubble and expanding it into the chosen mold. In order to prevent shattering, the glass maker gradually lowers the temperature to a less intense flame. The newly shaped glass is added to the annealer, (oven for ornaments) to cool. Then, a silvering solution is poured into the Christmas ornament’s stem and the entire thing is dipped into warm water, activating the silvering chemicals for a mirror-like finish of the Christmas ornament. 

Once this is complete, the Christmas ornaments are dipped in lacquer for color and hand painted to accentuate their unique characteristics. The painter will then make an incision on the stem, snap it off, and cover the top with a cap. Now the Christmas ornament is complete and ready for its new owner.

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