Christmas Tree Ornaments
Shop our entire selection of mouth-blown glass, hand-painted Christmas ornaments! Each of our over 1,500 ornaments comes with a unique story about the ornament.
The legend of Santa Claus is derived from the European figure of St. Nicholas. Throughout the world he became the folk hero all children dream about on Christmas Eve. This Santa proudly wears traditional green clothing of Ireland and carries a pot of gold adorned with a shamrock. This Irish Santa will grace your Christmas tree with the "Luck of the Irish."View Product
The shamrock is a symbol of the cross and the holy trinity. It has also long been a symbol of Ireland and is said to be used by St. Patrick in his teaching. By showing how the three separate leaves of the shamrock were joined by one stem, he was able to show the people how God could be three in one.View Product
Angels are thought to be our link to God and heaven. Symbolizing purity, peace, and love, angels are a comforting presence. Glassblowers often created angel ornaments with the sweet, cherubic faces of their own daughters, depicting their vision of a beautiful angel.View Product
This beautiful glass Celtic Brooch ornament blends several significant Irish symbols. Celtic Knots are believed to represent the intricacy of God's creation and an individual's journey through life. The shamrock is a symbol of the Holy Trinity and the circle symbolizes eternity.View Product
The Trinity Knot has been used by Christians as a sign of the Blessed Trinity Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Since the 19th century, it is especially found in Celtic art. It is also referred to as a triquetra and recalls the three leafed shamrock which St. Patrick offered as a symbol of the Trinity.View Product
The luck of the Irish is sure to come to the owner of this beautiful ornament, for it carries three lucky symbols. First is the legendary pot of Leprechaun s gold found at the end of the rainbow. Second is the rare four leaf clover. Third is the double mushroom, which doubles the good luck!View Product
The Trinity Cross blends several significant Irish symbols. Celtic Knots are believed to represent the intricacy of God's creation and an individual's journey through life. The shamrock is a symbol of the Holy Trinity and the enclosing circle symbolizes eternity.View Product
The Claddagh is a traditional Irish design incorporating two hands clasping a heart and surmounted by a crown. These elements symbolize love, friendship and loyalty. When given as a gift, the Claddagh expresses with these hands I give you my heart and I crown it with my love.View Product
Giving gifts has been a Christmas tradition for millennia, echoing back to the birth of Jesus when the Magi brought him gifts. Fast forward to the last century, and it’s interesting to see how gift giving changed with the times. Here’s a look at the most popular gifts—toys—through the decades, starting at the turn of the 19th century.
Being together at Christmas is the highlight of the holiday season. Celebrate with those you love this year with some planning ahead. The perfect Christmas party doesn’t have to be precious or put together—it can be wild and funny—and it will be remembered with joy for years to come.
Gift cards aren’t always the answer when it comes to gift giving. They are an easy, convenient option, but they aren’t very personal and many go wasted. Ornaments, specifically Old World Christmas ornaments always make great gifts (and not just at Christmas!), and we recommend shopping early for the best selection.