Vintage ornaments are such fun, and I’ve been lucky to find some good ones this year.
Like these adorable wooden snowmen.
There really is something charming about these sort of naively painted ornaments, especially the guy on the right with his bright red nose. I wonder if Rudolph is missing his?
And these festive looking wooden Santas with their rather bewildered looking faces. SOLD.
This wooden Eskimo couple is my favourite non-glass ornament find this year because I’ve never seen anything like them.
Aren’t they adorable with their papooses on their backs?
These 7 different nutcrackers were all found separately, but put together they make a nice set… even if one is missing his gold string. SOLD.
I was a big fan of Anne of Green Gables, and here’s an ornament of Anne playing what I think is a mandolin, and her friend (Gilbert maybe?) and a sweet little bird listen in. I love the expression of sweet joy on Anne’s face. These ceramic ornaments are hand marked 1988. I think they may have been someone’s ceramic project. SOLD.
And last but not least these 3 Victorian porcelain doll ornaments with moving arms and legs. Looks like the bride and 2 brides maids are all decked out in their finest for the big event. They’re so pretty.I just listed all of these ornaments in my etsy shop here. Whatever doesn’t sell I will happily keep for my own trees.
Thanks so much for reading! Have a great day!
“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.”
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