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Toilet Paper Ornament

$14.99

A basic necessity of life today, toilet paper is taken for granted by many. Before toilet paper was produced, people used stones, leaves and sand for hygiene. The first toilet paper was produced in China during the 6th century. And the first use in the USA was in 1857.
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Hand Sanitizer Ornament

$19.99

If you ve ever been on a cruise ship, you ve probably heard staff saying Washy, washy or no yummy, yummy! as they squirt sanitizer in your hands. Hand sanitizer is a liquid, gel or foam used to decrease germs and bacteria on the hands.
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New Driver Ornament

$19.99

Getting behind the wheel of a car is a big responsibility and a huge right of passage in the American culture. After years of observing others driving, and months of studying and practice, a new driver is given a license and full access to the roads. Congratulations, new driver! Enjoy the open road!
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Crochet Ornament

$15.99

Crochet takes a simple string of yarn and turns it into fabric. This art of taking something simple and turning it into a masterpiece has warmed many bodies and hearts for centuries. Designs can be simple to incredibly intricate lacework that take hours upon hours to create.
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Knitting Yarn Ornament

$14.99

Knitted by hand and made with love. For centuries, people have knitted yarn to create functional and stylish pieces of clothing and accessories. As a creative and beautiful art form, knitting creates personalized, beautiful and richly patterned products. Knitted pieces can be as basic as a washcloth and as intricate and delicate as lace.
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Sewing Machine Ornament

$21.99

For centuries all clothing was laboriously made by hand using a needle and thread. Developed in 1790, then patented in 1846, the Sewing Machine promised relief from countless hours of hand labor. The Sewing Machine was named the "Queen of Inventions" in 1860, and has been in use ever since.
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Tooth Ornament

$9.99

With age comes wisdom, specifically wisdom teeth, the third set of molars. The term molar tooth comes from the Latin word meaning millstone tooth; it perfectly explains the molar s function. Reminisce tooth fairy tales as you hang the tooth ornament upon your tree. Or, give a personalized gift to a dental professional.
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Sandals Ornament

$21.99

Sandals have been worn for millenniums! The Bible tells the story of Jesus wearing sandals as he roamed the earth. The oldest known sandals were found in Oregon and date back at least 10,000 years! They were made of sagebrush bark. Today s sandals are most likely much more comfortable!
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Smartphone Ornament

$17.99

Ring! Ring! Smartphones have changed our lives, culture and connectivity. While phones and technology come and go, one thing is certain to never change, the magic of Christmas and desire to be with loved ones. You may find yourself singing, I ll be home for Christmas, if only on video chat.
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Power Drill Ornament

$17.99

The power drill is a basic tool found in most every tool box, allowing the handyman or woman to save time and energy using electrical or battery power. From construction sites to home projects, they are a true necessity. This beautiful glass power drill ornament makes a great gift for a favorite builder, craftsman or carpenter.
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White Mixer Ornament

$14.99

The mixer was introduced in 1856 by Ralph Collier. In 1908 the electrical mixer was born. Before the mixer, baking was much more laborious and time consuming, slowing production. Now bakers can produce pounds of dough as fast as they can be consumed!
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Running Shoe Ornament

$16.99

This beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. What better symbol of fitness than a brightly colored running shoe?! Whether commemorating a special race or honoring a dedicated runner, this ornament will be cherished for years to come.
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Mixer Ornament

$14.99

The mixer was introduced in 1856 by Ralph Collier. In 1908 the electrical mixer was born. Before the mixer, baking was much more laborious and time consuming, slowing production. Now bakers can produce pounds of dough as fast as they can be consumed!
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Coffee Pot Ornament

$14.99

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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Toilet Plunger Ornament

$11.99

The exact invention date and inventor are unknown for this functional tool. Its design has remained basically the same over the years. Interestingly, the Toilet Plunger has alternative uses. Plungers have been used successfully for CPR, and a woman used one to fend off a burglar by knocking away his gun.
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Royal Flush Ornament

$18.99

A Royal Flush is a poker hand containing the ace, king, queen, jack, and of the same suit. A combination of a flush (all cards in the same suit), and a straight (5 cards in numerical sequence) the Royal Flush is the highest ranking hand in poker. The odds of being dealt a royal flush are 1 in 649,740.
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Axe Ornament

$14.99

Since the Stone Age, mankind has relied on this amazingly useful tool. Today it s a simple steel head attached to a wooden handle, and comes in a variety of sizes depending on your chopping needs. The hatchet is a single-handed axe, ideal for splitting firewood. Need to fell a tree? Use a regular two-handed axe. Timber!
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Chain Saw Ornament

$16.99

The chain saw is a versatile portable power saw that can be used for pruning tree limbs, cutting firewood, felling entire trees or creating a piece of wooden art! This unique glass Chain Saw ornament makes a great gift for a woodsman, arborist or artist!
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Chef's Hat Ornament

$12.99

A chef s hat is also known as a toque. Chefs began wearing these hats to blend in with the monks, by wearing similar shaped hats, as they sought refuge in the monasteries. Chefs were being persecuted for their creativity. The hats have remained a symbol of the profession.
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Nail Polish Ornament

$9.99

The Chinese started wearing polish as early as 3000 B.C., with the colors reflecting one's social status (red for upper classes and nudes for common folk). In 1932, Revlon introduced their first nail color, inspired by automobile paint. With the advent of Technicolor, Rita Hayworth made red nails popular.
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Best Teacher Mug Ornament

$19.99

Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher, says a Japanese proverb. At their best, educators teach us to think and ask questions. Say thanks to all the amazing teachers you know with this delightful and cheery ornament.
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Lawn Mower Ornament

$24.99

Lawn care is big business in the US ($30 billion spent annually); the average American spends 4 hours per week tending their lawn. The first lawn mower was patented in 1830 by Edwin Beard Budding, inspired by watching machinery at a local cloth mill. Why not visit the British Lawnmower Museum in Merseyside, Great Britain?
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Cigar Ornament

$11.99

This beautiful glass ornament was carefully mouth-blown into a finely crafted mold. Then a hot solution of liquid silver was poured inside. Finally, the ornament was delicately hand-painted with many brightly colored lacquers and glitters for you to enjoy!
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Braces Ornament

$15.99

For many, braces are a stage of life. While most people would not choose braces, they would choose a straight smile with healthy, strong teeth. Braces give people that result! This ornament is a great gift for the orthodontist or braces wearer in your life.
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German Stein Ornament

$24.99

Prost! Stein is an English neologism for stoneware mugs. These popular collectibles are often accumulated as souvenirs and tell adventure stories. If you re traveling in Germany however, don t ask for a stein. It simply means stoneware and you might get your beer served in a stone bowl!
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Egg Carton Ornament

$22.99

Farm fresh eggs are said to taste better and be healthier than store-bought eggs. Chickens from the farm are fed higher quality food than factory chickens, making the yolk richer and shell thicker. Happier chickens lay better eggs.
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The Throne Ornament

$14.99

Although the design of the throne, or flush toilet was created in 1596, its use wasn t widespread until the late nineteenth century during the industrial revolution. Flush toilets were also known as water closets. The throne makes a great gift for a plumber, contractor or to remember a funny story.
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Holly Teapot Ornament

$16.99

The teapot was derived from ceramic kettles and wine pots made of bronze and other metals in the Chinese culture for thousands of years. Early teapots were small and designed for a single drinker. Today, a hot cup of tea is the perfect treat on a cold winter s day.
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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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