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  • Old World Prancing Unicorn

    Unicorns are highly sought-after mythical creatures similar to horses with a spiral horn on the forehead. Unicorns are a symbol of purity and grace, which could only be captured by a virgin in European folklore. Ancient Greeks wrote of unicorns in...

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  • Old World Radiant Angel

    Angels are thought to be our link to God and heaven. Symbolizing purity, peace, and love, angels are a comforting presence. Glassblowers often created angel ornaments with the sweet, cherubic faces of their own daughters, depicting their vision of a...

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  • Old World Record Player Ornament

    The record player s origins trace back to the invention of the phonograph by Thomas Edison in 1877. The record player was widely used until the 1980s. Despite technological advances in music, many people prefer the sound of a classic record player and...

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  • Old World Retro Fridge Ornament

    The retro fridge is the coolest appliance you ll know. The saying Everything old is new again is true with the retro fridge. The once outdated refrigerator is new again; people are buying retro fridges to create a unique style celebrating the original...

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  • Old World Retro Thermos Ornament

    Generations of people have packed hot coffee and cold drinks in this classic container. The bottle is specifically designed to keep beverages hot or cold and, the bottle s cap doubles as a cup. Size: 3 ½"

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  • Old World Retro Toaster Ornament

    The toaster origins trace back to Scotland in the 1890s. In the 1940s, the pop-up toaster was created and since then people around the world have enjoyed toasted bread in just 1-3 minutes! The toaster has evolved into a common household small appliance...

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  • Old World Ring in Box Ornament

    Giving a ring can have many meanings, but it has long had romantic significance. Since a circle has no end, it represents timelessness or everlasting love. When given to another, it is an outward sign of devotion. So the box may be small, but the gift of...

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  • Old World Rubber Boots

    There is no need to sing, Rain, rain, go away! when wearing rubber rain boots! Jump in puddles, search for worms or tackle a list of chores without the fear of wet or dirty feet! It is believed the Duke of Wellington asked his shoemaker to create the...

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  • Old World Santa in Sleigh

    The legend of Santa Claus is derived from the European figure of St. Nicholas and 19th century American children s poems. Santa Claus is the jolly man dressed in red who travels by sleigh the folk hero and gift giver of Christmas. Santa Claus embodies...

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  • Old World Sloth Ornament

    This critter is the original tree-hugger, whose prehistoric ancestors were the size of an elephant! Although arboreal by design, sloths love to swim and are faster in the water than on land. Their rough fur is often covered in bugs & algae, both of...

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  • Old World Spool of Thread Ornament 2 Ast

    Over the years, thread has become stronger and finer, with smoother fibers, and is available in a rainbow of colors. Essential to quilters and seamstresses alike for garments and projects, this Spool of Thread glass ornament is a treasured keepsake that...

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  • Old World Standing Mixer Ornament

    The mixer was introduced in 1856 by Ralph Collier. In 1908 the electrical mixer was born. Before the mixer, baking was much more laborious and time consuming, slowing production. Now bakers can produce pounds of dough as fast as they can be consumed!...

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