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Christmas Ornaments: Blown-glass Made in Poland

Modern Edward Bar Blown-glass Christmas Ornaments

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Pre-world war II Polish Christmas Ornament

Pre-1939 Polish Christmas Tree Ornament

Pre-1939 Polish Christmas Tree Ornament

Vintage Traditional Polish Pinecone Ornament

Vintage Pinecone Ornament

Vintage Pinecone Ornament

The Tradition of Polish Blown-glass Christmas Tree Ornaments

Polish craftsmen have made glass articles since the 10th century, archaeological and written records show. However, blown-glass Christmas ornaments are a relatively recent creation. Initially, Polish glass makers produced practical goods and stained-glass windows. German glass ornaments began to appear in affluent Polish homes in the mid-1800s.

The Polish glass industry surged from the late 19th century until the 1930s with blown-glass ornaments manufactured. It managed to continue throughout partitions of Poland by neighboring states, but was devastated by two world wars. Changing heads of state and Communism led to modified traditions as well as fluctuating supplies of not only luxury items, but those necessary for daily living.

Resurgence of the Polish Glass Industry

After WWII, some glass workshops began producing as early as 1945, but were subject to Communist economic regulations along with religious restrictions. These controlled numbers of workers, imports and exports, and celebrations of religious holidays meant few or no Christmas ornaments.

The Revolutions of 1989 and the end of Polish Communism began a resurgence of a free-market economy and growth of workshops that struggled throughout the previous five decades. This free-market economy also generated establishment of more small workshops.

Workshops Today

Very old Polish glass ornaments, if one can find them outside of museums, have a tradition and reputation for quality, design, artistic imagination, and craftsmanship. Some are hand-strung using rods and spheres leading to ornaments geometric and symmetrical in appearance. The glass-molded or mouth-blown and hand-decorated ones are very delicate art treasures. Modern Polish workshops uphold these traditions. Without government restrictions and sanctions they bring their craft to an avid and sophisticated world market.

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Polish Blown-glass Christmas Ornaments

New Beginnings for Polish Crafts

Polish blown-glass ornaments are usually made in small family-owned workshops or in larger American-commissioned manufacturing workshops like Christopher Radko and Kurt S. Adler's Polonaise line by Komozja. The small shops as well as as the larger ones are labor-intensive because of the handwork involved. Finished products are usually elegant products that shine with jewel-like radiance. Retail prices represent design effort along with manual handwork.


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Where are Polish Blown-glass Ornament Workshops?

Polish blown-glass Christmas ornaments are generally manufactured in the southern part of the country. These modern workshops and manufacturers are localized found in the Czestochowa and Krakow regions.

According to The Poland Import Export Chamber Of Commerce Online, blown-glass Christmas ornaments from Poland are second in the world market for number sold and in first position for quality. Families and collectors value the ornaments for high quality, traditional artwork and unique decorations.

The Sukiennice building - Cloth Hall - in the Krakow Old Town Market Place is one of the best places to buy glass-blown ornaments. Unfortunately, the buyer must also carry them home.


Krakow Christmas Market - 2012 - Christmas in Poland

Christmas Market in Krakow's Main Square:  2012.  (By Silar , via Wikimedia Commons)

Christmas Market in Krakow's Main Square: 2012. (By Silar , via Wikimedia Commons)

Edward Bar Blown-glass Ornaments Made in Poland

Here are internet sites where Edward Bar's traditional Polish ornaments may be bought. Please, readers if you find more shops that sell Bar ornaments, let me know.

  • Christmas Ornaments, Special Collections items in Edward Bar store on eBay!
    Buy Edward Bar, Christmas Ornaments items on eBay. Find a huge selection of Special Collections items and get what you want today.Edward Bar items - Get great deals on Christmas Ornaments, Special Collections items on eBay Stores!
  • Polish Art Center
    Order a wide selection of Bar ornaments through the internet or by telephone from this small Polish import shop located in downtown Hamtramck, Michigan.

Polish Blown-glass Ornaments: Internet Sites for Manufacture, Wholesale and Retail Distribution

It pays to check for the attribution "Made in Poland" if you are serious about collecting Polish glass-blown ornaments. There are ornaments for sale that are marked as "European-style Glass Ornaments," "Traditional Glass Ornaments," and "Old World Quality Ornaments - to cite just a few descriptions - that are made in other European countries as well as Hong Kong and China.

  • Traditional Glass Christmas Ornaments Manufactured By Impuls
    IMPULS began in January 1986, with founders Dariusz and Ewa Kowalczyk and three other workers. In 2000, the Kowalczyks, with a staff of eighty, opened the doors of their new factory building in Czestochowa. Stores such as T. J. Maxx and Tuesday Morni
  • Selection of Komozja Polish Glass Ornaments
    Komozja is the Mostowski family's successful business enterprise and state-of-the-art glassworks in Czestochowa. It was begun in 1945 shortly after the end of World War II. The business is now operated by the 3rd generstion. Komozja has American comm
  • Bonners Christmas Ornaments
    Bronner's Christmas Wonderland is located in Frankenmuth, MI. Various styes of Polish made glass ornaments as well as thousands of other Christmas items.
  • Christopher Radko Ornaments
    The wildly popular and expensive Christopher Radko holiday ornaments are still made in Europe. However, they are marketed under the Christopher Radko Division of Rauch Industries (Ornaments).

Collecting Christmas Ornaments?

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Ornaments for Sale in Poland

Christmas ornament store in Sanok, Poland (southeast Poland)

Christmas ornament store in Sanok, Poland (southeast Poland)

Are you an avid Christmas ornament collector?

For each question, choose the best answer for you.

  1. Did you learn anything from this article?
    • Yes, I did.
    • No, I did not, but I enjoyed reading it.
  2. Do you like Polish blown-glass Christmas ornaments?
    • Yes, I do like them, especially the old ones.
    • Yes, I do like them, especially the larger modern ones.
    • I can take them or leave them.
  3. Do you collect Christmas ornaments?
    • Yes, I do collect them.
    • No, I do not collect them, but enjoy others collections.
  4. What is your favorite kind of Christmas ornament?
    • Glass, preferably hand-blown
    • Old-fashioned-type Straw
    • Old-fashioned-type Paper
  5. What is your favorite kind of glass Christmas ornament?
    • Large spheres with representational images like Madonnas
    • Small spheres in an array of colors.
    • Figural shapes like Santa Claus and St. Nicolas
    • Figural shapes from myths like dragons, frogs, knights and princesses
    • I like them all and want an assortment in my collection

Scoring

Use the scoring guide below to add up your total points based on your answers.

  1. Did you learn anything from this article?
    • Yes, I did.: +5 points
    • No, I did not, but I enjoyed reading it.: +3 points
  2. Do you like Polish blown-glass Christmas ornaments?
    • Yes, I do like them, especially the old ones.: +5 points
    • Yes, I do like them, especially the larger modern ones.: +3 points
    • I can take them or leave them.: +1 point
  3. Do you collect Christmas ornaments?
    • Yes, I do collect them.: +5 points
    • No, I do not collect them, but enjoy others collections.: +3 points
  4. What is your favorite kind of Christmas ornament?
    • Glass, preferably hand-blown: +5 points
    • Old-fashioned-type Straw: +3 points
    • Old-fashioned-type Paper: +3 points
  5. What is your favorite kind of glass Christmas ornament?
    • Large spheres with representational images like Madonnas: +5 points
    • Small spheres in an array of colors.: +5 points
    • Figural shapes like Santa Claus and St. Nicolas: +5 points
    • Figural shapes from myths like dragons, frogs, knights and princesses: +5 points
    • I like them all and want an assortment in my collection: +5 points

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Vintage Christmas Ornaments

Shiny-Brite Vintage Christmas Ornaments

Shiny-Brite Vintage Christmas Ornaments

Categories of Mouth-blown Glass ornaments

Polish Glass Christmas Ornament

Pine Cone Glass Christmas Ornament - Vintage?

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Grand main square (Rynek Glowny) and cloth hall (Sukiennice) in Krakow, Poland

Charming Amphibian

Christmas Market in Krakow, Poland

Christmas Market in Krakow: A wide variety of Christmas ornaments

Christmas Market in Krakow: A wide variety of Christmas ornaments

Glass Christmas Ornaments

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Share with me what you think about Christmas ornaments and this article.

Besarien from South Florida on July 28, 2019:

Hi GeorgeneMBramlage! Beautiful glass ornaments made a really fun topic. I appreciate the bit of history too. I have a couple ornaments that I know are Polish glass. My latest was a Bar. Many I can only place as European. I own all my mother's old Christmas glass as well as the one or two per year I have purchased since I married. I seem to favor birds and other wildlife but have a bit of everything from religious iconography to a piece of cauliflower, (or possibly just badly faded broccoli.) Well, it is definitely cauliflower now.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on April 26, 2014:

@Gayle Dowell: Hi, Thanks for stopping by and commenting! Yes, these are beautiful ornaments...great for collectors with cash. However, wouldn't your handmade ornaments that span the years qualify as a collection?

Gayle Dowell from Kansas on April 21, 2014:

Beautiful ornaments. I do not collect Christmas ornaments, but I do like to make a new ornament for the tree every year.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on March 03, 2014:

@AnonymousC831: Hi! Thanks for visiting this lens. I am happy to hear that you also collect Christmas ornaments. I have made an effort to collect primitive / early American feeling ornaments for Easter and decorate "fake" feather trees. Real feather trees are too expensive for me.

AnonymousC831 from Kentucky on March 03, 2014:

I collect primitive Christmas Ornaments and anything country feeling.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 15, 2013:

@mel-kav: Thank you for stopping by this lens...I appreciate it and the comment you left.I also find glass-blowing intriguing :-) Maybe that's why I took those pix!

mel-kav on November 15, 2013:

Glass blowing has always intrigued me. These are beautiful ornaments.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on October 15, 2013:

@KathyZ1: And thanks so much for reading and commenting!

KathyZ1 on October 15, 2013:

Cool, thanks for your sharing.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on October 01, 2013:

@anonymous: Hi! Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting. I agree (!) the ornaments that are made by hand are really beautiful and exquisite.

anonymous on September 30, 2013:

Absolutely gorgeous craftspeople! I have seen a couple of TV specials about glass blowing there, really interesting.

Robz007 on December 23, 2012:

I love these ornaments, nice to see Polish ornaments presented in this way

Robz007 on December 23, 2012:

I love these ornaments, nice to see Polish ornaments presented in this way

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 22, 2012:

@ThisGirlWrites: Thanks so much for visiting and for your appreciation of these ornaments! Blessed christmas to you and yours!

ThisGirlWrites on December 22, 2012:

Wow! Those are more than ornaments - they're works of art. What a wonderful skill to have.

Jo-Jackson on December 21, 2012:

The modern unbreakable ornaments are very cheap and convenient, but I treasure the few blown-glass ornaments handed down by my mother. You show some beautiful ones on this lens.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 17, 2012:

@Gayle Dowell: Hi! Thank you for visiting my Polish glass ornaments lens! It is getting closer and closer to Christmas :+]

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 17, 2012:

@Zach Spangler: Thank you so much for visiting this art-craft lens. I'm glad that you enjoyed it and especially appreciate your comments about my informative writing! Christmas cheer to you!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 17, 2012:

@entetrix: Thank you so much for visiting my favorite lens. I'm glad that you found the ornaments beautiful.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 17, 2012:

@anonymous: Hi Dave! Many thanks for stopping by this Polish Christmas Eve lens. I am glad, as a former teacher, that I can bring understanding of a little-known art form to those who appreciate learning about it.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 17, 2012:

@anonymous: Thanks for visiting my lense and leaving a comment. I appreciate yor approval.

anonymous on December 17, 2012:

how good this lens

anonymous on December 14, 2012:

Hi, Cercis. Thanks for educating me about Polish hand-blown Christmas ornaments. I was not familiar with them until my visit here today. I enjoyed reading the history of this art form. Merry Christmas!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 11, 2012:

@aesta1: How wonderful to hear that... they are so beautiful!

Mary Norton from Ontario, Canada on December 11, 2012:

I have one of these eggs from Poland and really treasure it.

entetrix on December 05, 2012:

These are so beautiful!

Zach Spangler on December 04, 2012:

This is a great lens, I love finding lenses so well written and so informative. This is probably one of the best ones I've seen, and the squid blessing thing is very cool! I haven't seen a thing like that yet.. :)

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 04, 2012:

@Kaellyn: Thank you so much for visiting and leaving this inspiring comment. I'm glad we have the same taste in ornaments, and that you found these stunning! I do too :+) wish I had the space for a collection!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 04, 2012:

@gr3gaquino: Thank you so much for your visit as well as this comment. Both are much appreciated.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on December 04, 2012:

@aquarian_insight: Thank you so much for your blessing as well as your insightful comments. They are a joy to me to read.

aquarian_insight on December 04, 2012:

Some of these ornaments reminded me of some gorgeous pieces my mum had when we were kids. I love that old style. Thank you for sharing the background info about Polish blown glass Christmas ornaments - it was a joy to read and I loved the pics.

Yvette Munro on November 24, 2012:

What a beautiful and informative lens.

gr3gaquino on November 23, 2012:

Cool lens.

Kaellyn on November 23, 2012:

I love blown glass ornaments. These are stunning!

Gayle Dowell from Kansas on November 22, 2012:

Beautiful ornaments! It almost that time of year to start thinking of Christmas!

Thamisgith on November 21, 2012:

Great lens. These decorations look amazing.

anonymous on November 21, 2012:

Thumbs up!

Madonaa on November 20, 2012:

Beautiful art gallery you have made.

RinchenChodron on November 20, 2012:

These are gorgeous! No I do not collect ornaments.

DurgaLakshmi07 on November 20, 2012:

Colorful lens...love it!

anonymous on November 19, 2012:

Interesting. As a kid in the fifties almost all of the tree ornaments were a flimsy type of blown glass. They shattered at the blink of an eye. They are beautiful but modern ones last longer.

octopen on November 19, 2012:

Great lens, I have a new idea for decorations this Christmas now!

miaponzo on November 19, 2012:

I used to collect ornaments... but I no longer celebrate Christmas at all :) BUT.. these are the most beautiful christmas ornaments that I have seen! Blessed!

MJ Martin aka Ruby H Rose from Washington State on November 18, 2012:

so beautiful.

psiloveyou1 on November 18, 2012:

Beautiful lens! These are gorgeous and very interesting. Sending an angel Blessing your way :)

olmpal on November 17, 2012:

These Polish blown-glass Christmas tree ornaments are outstanding!

SteveKaye on November 17, 2012:

Thank you for publishing this wonderful lens on these beautiful works of art.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 17, 2012:

@Torrs13: Thank you so much for visiting, squidliking and commenting on this lens...all are much appreciated.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 17, 2012:

@Lorri123: Hi Lorri, Thanks for stopping by and for such lyrical comment. The fellow highlighted in the article is really an artist, and he seems to be doing very well in continuing his craft.

Lorri123 on November 17, 2012:

Beautiful ! This lense is an art gallery.

Torrs13 on November 16, 2012:

Gorgeous lens!

Darcie French from Abbotsford, BC on November 16, 2012:

What a lovely and delicate design

anonymous on November 16, 2012:

Those are very pretty ornaments. They will liven up any home.

Moe Wood from Eastern Ontario on November 16, 2012:

Yes, thank you. Polish glass eggs are beautiful. I don't collected Christmas ornaments but I am always fascinated to see other collections.

nathanpoole on November 15, 2012:

Wow its really amazing lens and stuff . I like your stuff especially Blown-glass Christmas Ornaments.

Judith Nazarewicz from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 15, 2012:

These are so beautiful! This is a wonderful lens!

Mary Stephenson from California on November 15, 2012:

They are very pretty and such a very interesting lens on the subject. Would not work in my house since I have cats that bat ornaments around.

dahlia369 on November 15, 2012:

Blown glass ornaments are definitely my favorite!! :)

flycatcherrr on November 15, 2012:

I love blown glass Christmas ornaments of any origin, and these Polish ones are spectacular.

anonymous on November 14, 2012:

I really enjoyed this informative lens. I have ancestors from Poland, but don't know much about the country per se ... so this article was a wonderful introduction to their craft niche. Thanks!

whats4dinner on November 13, 2012:

we've never have ornaments such as this. maybe we could try doing this one this holiday. thanks for inspiring me :)

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 13, 2012:

@anonymous: Thanks so much for visiting this lens and leaving a comment.It sounds as if you appreciate these ornaments as much as I do!

anonymous on November 13, 2012:

These Polish blown glass Christmas ornaments are very beautiful. They look so delicate and yet they are decorated with such detail, in pretty colors. Lovely!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@LiteraryMind: Hi! Thanks for visiting and finding my information interesting and the photos of ornaments beautiful. Your visit and participating are both much appreciated.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@CamelliaPenny: So happy that you stopped by my lens and left a comment. I love feedback from my readers. And I think your preferred colors are lovely. Your visit was much appreciated.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@TopDigitalMarke: Thanks so much for visiting my lens about Polish blown-glass ornaments. It is delightful to me to know that this lens made you feel happy :+) It is so nice to have ornaments on the Christmas tree which mean something more than just something pretty-to-look-at. Yes, Polish Independence Day was yesterday 11-11; a big day for a small country! There is a Facebook page devoted to the Independence Day March in Warsaw!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@getmoreinfo: Hi! Thanks for stopping by and visiting my lens. I'm glad that you found these traditionally made Polish ornaments pretty.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@anne mohanraj: Anne, Thanks so much for visiting my Polish ornament lens. I love to share information - I guess that's why most of us are here at Squidoo - and am glad you found this lens informative.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@AnnaleeBlysse: Anna Lee...yes the ornaments are pretty and do make a delightful collection. Thanks for visiting my lens!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@sweetstickyrainbo: Hi! Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment...I'm glad you thought the ornaments were gorgeous!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@writerkath: Kathy, Hi! Thanks for visiting my lens and leaving your comment. The small Polish blown-glass ornaments made extra special gifts - not very expensive either. Many, however, are marked "old-world style" and made in China under completely different circumstances.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@Alessandro Zambon: Thank you so much for visiting this lens and leaving your comments. I am very happy that I could help you to see an item like Christmas decorations in a new light!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@Gypzeerose: Rose, Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by this lens, comment upon it and then bless it...triple goodness. Yes they are beautiful, and so much care is taken with them when they are made in the traditional way.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@LisaMarieGabriel: Yes, they are very traditional, although the subject matter is becoming more and more traditional. Thanks for taking the time to stop by this lens and comment upon it. Much appreciated.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@Tiggered: Thanks for saying the lens is interesting - that and pointing up how these beautiful ornaments are made was the thrust of the lens. Yes, I realize that the current version of the Sukiennice is for tourists, but it is also an easy place for those not familiar with Poland to focus upon; I do mention the Cepelia Shops, which I personally much prefer, in another lens. I can not find any place which prints the singular of Sukiennice...can you help?

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@anonymous: Many, Many thanks!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@Mami Design: Thanks so much for visiting and for the blessing! Both are so very appreciated!

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 12, 2012:

@siskiyoucowgirl: Thank you so much for sharing your comments and for visiting this lens which is a favorite of mine. And an early Merry Christmas to you, also!

siskiyoucowgirl on November 12, 2012:

Interesting lens and beautiful Christmas ornaments! Thanks for sharing it.

Merry Christmas!

Mami Design on November 12, 2012:

Great Lens - blessed!!

anonymous on November 12, 2012:

I was here in January and wish I could bless this beauty again but will have to wait on that but its my pleasure to return to congratulate you on home page honors!

Tiggered on November 12, 2012:

I wouldn't say Sukiennice is the best place to buy ornaments - unless you like paying through the nose for your shopping. Sukiennice is (or are - the word is actually plural) geared up for tourists, with prices adjusted accordingly. I'd suggest trying any of the Cepelia shops (Polish chain of handicraft shops) or allegro website (Polish equivalent of ebay - but you need some knowledge of Polish to navigate it).

Otherwise - a very interesting lens :)

Lisa Marie Gabriel from United Kingdom on November 12, 2012:

These Polish ornaments are gorgeous. I had never seen them before. They look perfect for a traditional Christmas!

Rose Jones on November 12, 2012:

Wonderful lens - so gorgeous. I had no idea the Polish Christmas ornaments were so beautiful. I really appreciated learning how the ornaments are made. Pinned to my Christmas board and blessed.

Alessandro Zamboni from Italy on November 12, 2012:

Yes, because this 5 Stars lens shown me how that ornaments are made, and how many fatigue and precision is required to create just one piece.

From now on I will consider fine Christmas ornaments in a different way!

writerkath on November 12, 2012:

These are absolutely gorgeous! My mother-in-law organizes a "secret Santa" ornament pool every year - She pulls a name out of a hat, and "assigns' us one of John's 7 brothers or sisters. It's fun!

sweetstickyrainbo on November 12, 2012:

gorgeous

AnnaleeBlysse on November 12, 2012:

Pretty collection shown!

anne mohanraj on November 11, 2012:

Lovely Christmas ornaments! Thank you for sharing this informative article.

getmoreinfo on November 11, 2012:

These Polish Blown-glass Christmas Ornaments are really pretty.

TopDigitalMarke on November 11, 2012:

This lens makes me so happy! I love the Polish ornaments, they're gorgeous and they always have a special meaning, whether they're religious or patriotic! Thanks for sharing! Dzikuj! (p.s. Happy Polish Independence Day, wito Niepodlegoci!)

Perrin from South Carolina on November 11, 2012:

Beautuful ornaments in this lens! I love glass Christmas ornaments. I collect mostly light blue and lavender, but I collect any that strike my fancy!

Ellen Gregory from Connecticut, USA on November 11, 2012:

This was very interesting to read. The ornaments are beautiful.

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on November 07, 2012:

@LynetteBell: Thank you for taking time to stop by and let then let me know what you think of this lens!

LynetteBell from Christchurch, New Zealand on November 06, 2012:

Great lens. Thanks:)

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on October 31, 2012:

@vegan3k: Thanks so much for stopping by and taking time to tell me how you liked this lens...it's one of my favorites!

vegan3k on October 31, 2012:

Great Lens, Lovely read thanks

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on September 23, 2012:

@bwet: I think most of us are better off buying blown-glass Xmas ornaments rather than trying to do our own. Thanks for commenting.

bwet on September 22, 2012:

Although making your own Christmas Polish Blown-glass ornaments sounds cool, I think I would rather buy one from a glass blower myself. Very nice Christmas ornaments though :)

Georgene Moizuk Bramlage (author) from southwestern Virginia on September 07, 2012:

@anooptu: Hi and thanks for your comment. Why not consider writing a memoir-type of lens about your small collection?

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