This beautiful silver fumed globe ornament is approx 4.5″ long x 1.25″ wide.
Lake green was used for the clasp hanger and icicle tip.
Each ornament will come beautifully packages in its own kraft gift box!
This piece is complete with tag and lime green ribbon.
– Ready to ship!
Each beautifully crafted ornament is handmade by Lotte` – Your one and only Happy Hollow Glass artist.
They are created from durable borosilicate glass and properly annealed for lasting heirloom quality!
The tradition of Christmas trees and Christmas Ornaments is a much disputed one what with several theories about their origin doing the rounds for a long time. The most popular theory holds that the tradition was started by a monk who came to Germany in the 7th/8th century to preach. It is said that this monk was Saint Boniface, the Apostle of the Germans. According to history, the saint was the first one to bring a fir tree to the German people to decorate, for he claimed that its triangular shape represented the Holy Trinity – God, his son Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. The tradition was lapped up by the devout Germans who started decorating the Christmas tree in a liturgical way with simple, white candles. This however, changed in the 15th century when ornaments began to be incorporated into the Christmas decorations in Germany. In Latvia, circa 1510, a fir tree was decorated with roses which was associated with the Virgin Mary. This event is often hailed as the pioneer of modern Christmas decorations.