Old World Christmas

Hand Blown Glass Ornaments 

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Badger

4'' Badgers are known to be the world's fastest diggers. They move dirt faster than any other mammal, including a person with a shovel! Badgers dig in pursuit of prey and then expand tunnels into sleeping burrows. They are solitary, have a keen sense of smell, and are more active at night than in the day.
$14.99

Elk

4'' Elk range in and around forests foraging on grass, plants, leaves and bark. Males are known for their trophy-worthy antlers which are shed each year. Hunters seek out elk for the large amounts of meat they provide families. The elk ornament is a great gift for the avid outdoorsman or hunter.
$17.99

Buffalo

3 1/2'' The buffalo symbolized abundance, generosity of spirit, and the sacredness of life to native North American tribes. Buffalo meat, hides, and bones were used for food, shelter, clothing, and tools. Buffalo freely roamed the plains in huge herds prior to the westward expansion of the U.S.
$13.99

Porcupine

3 1/2'' One of the largest rodents around, the Porcupine is sometimes called the ''quill pig'' due to its needle-sharp natural protection. Porcupines are herbivores, spending lots of time in trees. They eat bark & stems, as well as fruit, leaves and flower buds. This creatures mate for life, and are historically symbols of strength, curiosity and fearlessness.
$14.99

Big Pig

4'' Pigs are considered to bring good luck and prosperity. In Germany, the word dickbauch means fat stomach, and it is often heard in December. According to tradition, you should eat well on Christmas Eve to avoid being haunted that night and to insure luck and prosperity in the New Year.
$12.99

Big Pig

4'' Pigs are considered to bring good luck and prosperity. In Germany, the word dickbauch means fat stomach, and it is often heard in December. According to tradition, you should eat well on Christmas Eve to avoid being haunted that night and to insure luck and prosperity in the New Year.
$12.99