Ne'Qwa Hand Painted Ornaments
Known in the Mandarin language as Ne'Qwa, the artistic tradition of reverse painting on the inside of mouth-blown glass flourished during the 17th century, when snuff bottles were valued fashion accessories in China According to Ne'Qwa Art's co-founder and head designer Jim Sexton, "Today there are only a few artist groups, living in remote villages throughout China, who possess the skill to create Ne'Qwa Art's contemporary art objects. By bringing together the popular artwork of internationally known artists with the centuries-old skill of Chinese artisans, Ne'Qwa Art is committed to reviving this ancient art form." Each Ornament Arrives in a satin-lined box. Perfect for giving.
Ebony Visions Ornaments
Thomas Blackshear's Ebony Visions ornaments are such joyous pieces to decorate your Chritmas tree every Holiday season. Thomas Blackshear's ornaments has achieved outstanding success with collectors and has attracted worldwide attention. The first ornament was introduced in 1995 and the visions continues today.
Gold Label Animated Music Boxes
Gold Label is a full line of animated music boxes that are offered exclusively to finer stores
Pipka Christmas Figurines
Explore the richness of the Christmas season through the old world Santa figurines of Pipka Santas. Pipka takes you on a worldwide journey, weaving you in and out of countries, savoring the Christmas celebrations of our heritage. Intricately detailed Santa figurines; each graced with elements of the customs and heritage fitting for that particular design. Pipka thoroughly researches each design, combining historical and cultural elements that make each figurine a beautiful culmination of the theme it portrays. Pipka's loving attention to detail and her delightful creativity are what make these figurine so enchanting and unique. All figurines are made of cold cast resin.
Walt Disney Classics Christmas Ornaments
Walt Disney Classics Christmas Ornament will bring the joy of Disney into your home for the holiday.
Christian Ulbricht Nutcrackers
Large deposits of silver not only gave the mountain range its name, but also supplied generations of mountain folk with their daily bread. All Ulbricht ancestors were miners - but when the ore supplies started to dwindle those living and working there had to come up with new sources of income. And so the one-time miners first turned their hand to carving and wood turning and then to running businesses. In 1928 the time had finally come - Christian Ulbricht's father founded the company "Otto Ulbricht-Werkstätten für feine Holzarbeiten und Spielwaren“ (which translated would be the "Otto Ulbricht workshops for fine woodcraft and toys") in Seiffen. He used his entrepreneurial skill to blend innovative and traditional elements into something unique and the reward for this was a gold medal at the 1936 Great Exhibition in Paris for his designs of nursery clocks and a group of travelling singers (Kurrende choir). The Second World War and the ensuing dispossession by the communist powers-that-be in East Germany brought an end to the Seiffen-based company. Otto Ulbricht had to flee to the west with his family. He soon set up the company again in Lauingen at the Danube which has been run by his son Christian Ulbricht since 1968. After the reunification of Germany, Christian Ulbricht was able to buy back his father's company in Seiffen, so that wood could be crafted attention to detail in his old and his new home.