Kitra's Art Glass Kitras 3" Heart Witch Ball, Classic/Multi - Kitras Art Glass
  • Jim Marvin Six Milk Ball Christmas Ornaments
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    We love the versatility of these classic ornaments. The milky finish offers just the right amount of shine while their soft color lets them mix and match nicely with more elaborate ornaments. Made of glass. Set of six; each, 2"Dia. Imported.
  • Patience Brewster Dashaway Cupid Ornament
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    Cupid from our Dash Away Reindeer collection by Patience Brewster is  a vision in pink! Gold leaf wings and bright red hearts are a tribute to her namesake.
  • Winter Artichoke Wreath
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    An elegant addition to your entryway, this classic wreath features silver ornaments and an ivory bow, so you can use it throughout the winter season. Created with flora grown on family farms in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Dimensions: 20" Material: Fresh spiral eucalyptus, fresh cedar, fresh noble fir, dried artichokes, dried artemesia, dried blue echinops, spruce cones and silver balls. Made in the USA.
  • CB2 Spur Ball Blue Ornament
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    Mod pom. Flocked ornament adds a burst of fun to the tree in bright blue. Details and Dimensions: Spur ball blue ornament. 2.5" Dia. Plastic and nylon flocked ornament. Hanging loop. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Diameter: 2.5"
  • Crate & Barrel Set of 4 Paper Castle Ornaments
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    Ann Wood finds magic in repurposing everyday materials. Through the use of mixed media, including illustration, painting, textiles and papier-mâché, Ann transforms cardboard and paper into intricate miniature works of fantasy and enchantment. She hopes her whimsical glittering castles inspire "visions of a small treasure wrapped in crumpled tissue, the ceremony of its magic and heart." Handcrafted. Designed by Ann Wood. 100% paper. Made in China.
  • Purple Ball with Butterfly Ornament
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    Purple Ball with Butterfly Ornament.Color:Multi.Material:Glass.Ornament.
  • Fitz and Floyd Flower Market Rabbit Figurine, Reclining
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    Artisans press floral surface textures onto Earthenware Serveware then layer them with vibrant glazes in the rustic chic collection of Flower Market. Cheerful, casual ambiance in hues of Naples yellow and Sunset Red. This Flower Market White Rabbit Figurine , adorned with flowers, reclines at over 10 inches long. This Reclining Bunny Rabbit adds a perfect touch of decor to your Spring or Easter table! Material: Earthenware. Height: 5 1/4 in. Length: 10 1/4 in. Width: 4 3/4 in.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Amethyst
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Amethyst Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
  • Christopher Radko Heartfelt Friendship Heart Disease Ornament
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    Show your support for Heart Disease Awareness with this nutcracker holiday ornament.
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  • Linea Wooden acorn ornament
    houseoffraser.co.uk
    This decorative object will be a fun and quirky addition to your home. Exclusively designed for House of Fraser. Height 14 cm. Width 10.5 cm.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Teal
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Teal Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
  • CB2 Spur Ball White Ornament
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    Mod pom. Flocked ornament adds a burst of fun to the tree in brite white. Details and Dimensions: Spur ball white ornament. 2.5" Dia. Plastic and nylon flocked ornament. Hanging loop. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Diameter: 2.5"
  • Linea Wooden dice ornament
    houseoffraser.co.uk
    This decorative object will be a fun and quirky addition to your home. Exclusively designed for House of Fraser. Wood. Height 11.5 cm. Width 11.5 cm.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Cobalt/Green
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Cobalt/Green Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
  • Kurt Adler Nyc Red Tour Cityscape Ornament, 5.35
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    Give a nod to the famous Nyc sights-from the Empire State Building to the Brooklyn Bridge-with this glass holiday ornament from Kurt Adler.
  • Swarovski Christmas Ornament Angel
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    Spread spectacular light effects around any room with this cute ornament. Embellished with Crystal Moonlight chatons and stars, and a pink heart, this playful silver-tone metal angel comes with a white satin ribbon. Decoration object. Not a toy. Not suitable for children under 15.
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  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Cranberry
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Cranberry Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
  • Horchow Holiday Ball Wreath
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    Retro styling gives this colorful ornament wreath a bit of mid-century flair. Handcrafted of plastic and metal. 17"Dia. x 5.5"D. Imported.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Cobalt/Amethyst
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Cobalt/Amethyst Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Dimensions: 5.5″ x 5.5″ x 6″.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Cobalt/Pink
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Cobalt/Pink Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
  • Miho Heartbreaker Fish Ornament
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    Heartbreaker Fish ornament from the Miho collection. Make a statement in your home with this unusual decoration from Miho. Printed in shades of blue and red with a floral pattern, this fish ornament can be assembled to be wall mounted or free standing. Features: Supplied flat packed with instructions for self-assembly. Printed pieces slot together to form a fish. Pieces are secured using the supplied heavy duty rubber rings. No glue or tools required. Composition: Printed using environmentally friendly. inks and paper onto recycled MDF. Dimensions: 35.5cm x 9.5cm x 15cm.
  • Georg Jensen - Christmas Collectibles 2012 Christmas Heart
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    Georg Jensen added a new collector’s piece to the Christmas Collectibles with his “Christmas Heart” in 2012. The Christmas Heart carries the tradition of the desired Christmas bauble and bell further on. The motive displays an angel that tells a shepherd about Jesus’s birth on a field. The Christmas Heart “Angel” out of the Christmas Collectibles series 2012 by Georg Jensen consists of brass with 24 carat gold plating and it is delivered including a dark-red wrapping.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Clear
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Clear Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
  • Miho Acrobat Fish Ornament
    liberty.co.uk
    Acrobat Fish ornament from the Miho collection. Make a statement in your home with this unusual decoration from Miho. Printed in shades of pink and green with geometric pattern, this fish ornament can be assembled to be wall mounted or free standing. Features: Supplied flat packed with instructions for self-assembly. Printed pieces slot together to form a fish. Pieces are secured using the supplied heavy duty rubber rings. No glue or tools required. Composition: Printed using environmentally friendly. inks and paper onto recycled MDF. Dimensions: 35.5cm x 9.5cm x 15cm.
  • A di Alessi - Gesù Bambino Christmas bauble
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    The mouth blown glass made, hand decorated Christ Child Bauble is part of the Presepe-collection (Italian: Christmas Bauble Crib) by A di Alessi. There it represents one of the classic crib figures, which display the nativity play directly at the Christmas tree. The tradition of the decorated Christmas tree with large and small coloured baubles out of blown glass dates back to the middle of the 19th century, when a dry period stole the green needles of the pine trees. A glass smithy out of Goetzenbruck had the idea of blowing objects out of glass in order to ornament the tree, hiding the sad looking pine branches. The round shape was the fastest to produce and that is how many colourful Christmas tree baubles emerged, soon becoming a tradition in the most different countries and cultures. Only in 1964, the glass factory in Goetzenbruck stopped the industrial production of the Christmas baubles. The shape of the traditionally made Christmas decoration changed along the years, whereby additional small decors or typical motives covered the Christmas baubles, such as Father Christmas, bells, stars and a sledge. It was Marcello Jori who created the “Palle Presepe” with his creative soul and irony, causing a small revolution at Alessi with it. He said that there was a Christmas tree at his home every year, but that he envied those who had a crib with vivid figures. Marcello Jori: ”I finally dreamt sometime of an angel, who hung up some foreign baubles at the Christmas tree, the baubles spoke, sang and prayed. Some were sacred, stars or animals and one of them, lighting more than the others, was the Infant Jesus.” Jori’s dream came true. Those mouth-blown glass and hand decorated baubles exist now. The “Palle Presepe” are the classic crib figures that create a completely new Christmas tree with fantasy and some irony: Maria and Josef with Jesus, ox and donkey, angel, star and the three wise men.
  • Kitra's Art Glass Kitras Witch Ball, Gold/Cranberry
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    Kitras Witch Ball, Gold/Cranberry Witch Balls were very popular in 18th century England, but their actual origin is thought to be much older. For well over 300 years hollow glass spheres have been hung in windows to ward off witch spells, evil spirits and ill fortune. Hanging these decorative balls in the window is thought to tantalize evil spirits which may be threatening a home's tranquility. The evil spirit is mesmerized by the ball's reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of glass inside the ball. Can be used outdoors and indoors. Recycled glass. Unique Gift.
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