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Blow-dryer Ornament

$17.99

Celebrate the special talents of a favorite hair stylist with this beautiful glass ornament. It 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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Lawn Mower Ornament

$27.99

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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Box Of Crayons Ornament

$21.99

A new box of crayons is a special treat for artists ages 0-99. Cherish memories of making priceless works of art with kids with this special ornament. Many masterpieces have been created with these colored wax sticks, adorning the fridge and scrapbooks.
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German Stein Ornament

$27.99

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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Cigar Ornament

$13.99

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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Egg Carton Ornament

$24.99

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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Suitcase Ornament

$17.99

During the 1800s, when leisure travel was the exclusive realm of the wealthy, suitcases began to replace trunks and luggage labels evolved. Many examples of vintage luggage have affixed labels to bear witness to their travels. This ornament serves as a keepsake of a special trip or helps to mark life's journeys.
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Holly Teapot Ornament

$19.99

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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Riding Lawn Mower

$24.99

Riding lawn mowers resemble small tractors and were developed by transforming a farm tractor to aid in the chore of cutting grass. Small towns across the USA even have riding lawn mower races where these machines are raced in good fun to see who can mow the quickest.
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The Throne Ornament

$17.99

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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Santa's Boot Ornament

$17.99

The legend of Santa Claus is derived from the European figure St. Nicholas and 19th century American children s stories and poems. Since Santa lives at the North Pole, he wears a suit trimmed with fur and big boots to keep him warm and dry in the freezing arctic weather.
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Baby Grand Piano Ornament

$27.99

Bartolomeo Cristofori of Padua, Italy, invented the piano in the early 18th century; Mozart & others composed masterworks on the pianoforte. Over the centuries, the piano has developed to include the current Grand variation used by orchestras around the world. The Baby Grand measures 5' or less, making it more suitable for residential use.
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Tape Measure Ornament

$17.99

Many wise carpenters have cautioned, Measure twice. Cut once. One of the most basic tools, a tape measure can wind feet of measuring tape into a small container making it practical and versatile. Tape measures have been traced back as far as the Roman Empire
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Christmas Cowgirl Boot

$21.99

Built for riding, Western style boots are very practical. High heels keep them from slipping through the stirrups, and the stitching makes them stronger and more attractive! This glass ornament brings a bit of the cowboy, (or cowgirl!), culture to your Christmas tree.
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French Coffee Press

$19.99

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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Chinese Lantern Ornament

$17.99

A work of art, Chinese lanterns are made of bright colored paper or silk, most commonly red and used for decoration. Artist will decorate each lantern with Chinese art or calligraphy motifs. A candle can be placed inside sky lanterns to create a beautiful floating lantern to light up the sky.
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Kitchen Utensils Ornament

$21.99

The kitchen is the heart of the home and at the heart of the kitchen are cooking utensils. Professional chefs and home cooks require utensils to transform ingredients into delicious meals where friends and family gather to share life. The Kitchen Utensil ornament is the perfect gift for the professional chef and home cook.
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Ballet Toe Shoes Ornament

$14.99

Tchaikovsky s famous ballet, The Nutcracker Suite, tells the story of Clara, who is given a nutcracker for Christmas. She falls asleep and dreams it has come to life. After a battle with the Mouse King, Clara and her Nutcracker Prince travel through a snowy forest to the magical Kingdom of Sweets where they meet the lovely Sugar Plum Fairy.
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Rolling Pin Ornament

$9.99

A rolling pin is used to flatten and shape dough. This kitchen tool can bring back memories of baking with loved ones while making sweet memories and delicious treats. This ornament is a perfect gift for the baker in your life.
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Espresso Machine Ornament

$21.99

This helpful gadget was invented over 100 years ago, initially to help Italian factory workers take shorter coffee breaks. Today, we enjoy our espresso as a single shot, or mixed with steamed milk and other flavorings in a festive to-go cup. Drink up!
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Headphones Ornament

$19.99

Headphones are a pair of small loudspeakers worn over a listener s ears. The first headphones were developed in the late 19th century for telephone operators so they could keep their hands free to connect calls. Today s headphones allow individuals to enjoy music, movies, podcasts and other forms of education and entertainment without disturbing other people.
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Swedish Dala Horse Ornament

$27.99

Over the years the handcarved and painted Dala Horse has become a symbol of authentic Swedish handicraft and one of Sweden's most popular souvenirs. The name comes from its home province, Dalarna, in central Sweden. Most popular are the red-orange horses from the little village of Nusn s near Mora.
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Sudoku Ornament

$24.99

Sudoku is a numbers game that requires no math but simple logic to complete rows, columns and grids. Logic puzzles have long intrigued and entertained people and kept minds strong too! Sudoku is very popular in Japan but it was created in Indiana in 1979.
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Cup Of Tea Ornament

$24.99

On a cold day, a cup of tea warms the body and the soul. Sitting down with a cup of tea and a good book as snow falls outside creates the most relaxing and calming winter day. The cup of tea ornament is the perfect gift for a tea lover, tea cup collector or a lovely friend.
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Slow Cooker Ornament

$17.99

January 1940, Irving Naxon received a patent on his Beanery, a slow cooker inspired by his Lithuanian mother. Since Jews were forbidden to work on the Sabbath, they would take a pot of cholent (bean stew) to a bakery on Friday to slowly cook in the residual oven heat.
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Measuring Cup Ornament

$19.99

A pinch of this and a dash of that can change a recipe. Home cooks and chefs alike trust measuring cups for main ingredients to ensure their dishes have precisely the right amount of ingredients. The kitchen is the heart of the home throughout the year but provides an extra dose of love throughout the holiday season.
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Upright Vacuum Ornament

$17.99

The first attempts to provide a mechanical solution to floor cleaning were begun in England in 1599. In the early 1900s, a janitor created an electric vacuum using a fan motor, soap box, broom handle, and a pillowcase to design the first commercial bag-on-a-stick upright vacuum cleaner.
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Retro Toaster Ornament

$17.99

The toaster origins trace back to Scotland in the 1890s. In the 1940s, the pop-up toaster was created and since then people around the world have enjoyed toasted bread in just 1-3 minutes! The toaster has evolved into a common household small appliance today. A perfect gift for the cook in your life!
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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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