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But as the war drew closer, Eckardt realized his ability to import ornaments from Germany would end. If you don’t know what you’re looking for in the vintage aspect, just be aware that today many of these designs are in reproduction by Christopher Radko.
It was this foresight that led to the decision to start making glass ornaments in the United States. And that’s not a bad thing, it’s just a reproduction thing.
Those ornaments were so pretty and magical to my little bitty self and I can remember sitting under the tree, with the lights all lit up, looking at the ornaments and dreaming of Christmas. That was the finishing touch on those trees of childhood.
These fragile things are paper thin blown glass and about 50 years old, so what do you expect? This silver with teal and hot pink is one that I really remember, along with the frosted snow on top.
Most everyone did those big fat colored lights and all the ornaments were colorful too. We were over in Marietta over the weekend spending some time with my family for Christmas. For these pics, I piled them in a white iron bird feeder, but they don’t all fit inside here.
And for me one of those memories would be of the ornaments on our Christmas tree.Keep reading after the jump for great vintage Christmas tree decoration suggestions that you can buy right now on Etsy and Ebay.Plus, background on how and why Americans decorated their Christmas trees the way they did in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s!Dating of the ornaments is often facilitated by studying the hook.The first Shiny Brite ornaments had the traditional metal cap and loop, with the hook attached to the loop, from which the ornament was hung from the tree.