Old World Christmas

Hand Blown Glass Ornaments 

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Blue Seahorse

4 1/2'' In Ancient Greece and Rome, sea horses were believed to pull the chariots of the sea gods. With this association, they symbolized the power of the water. Superstition held that they also protected against fever. Today, sea horses remain good luck symbols for fishermen.
$13.99

Orange Seahorse

4 1/2'' In Ancient Greece and Rome, sea horses were believed to pull the chariots of the sea gods. With this association, they symbolized the power of the water. Superstition held that they also protected against fever. Today, sea horses remain good luck symbols for fishermen.
$13.99

Orange Starfish

3 3/4'' The starfish is also known as the sea star. With its star shape, it shares an association with the heavens, although it lives in the ocean. Since it is a celestial symbol which thrives, rather than drowns, under the water, it represents pure and inextinguishable love.
$9.99

Pink Starfish

3 3/4'' The starfish is also known as the sea star. With its star shape, it shares an association with the heavens, although it lives in the ocean. Since it is a celestial symbol which thrives, rather than drowns, under the water, it represents pure and inextinguishable love.
$9.99

Crab Louie

3'' Cancer, the crab, is the fourth sign of the zodiac. People born under this sign are sensitive, traditional, and nurturing. In ancient Greece, crabs were considered to be sacred, and in many eastern countries they are a good omen. In China the crab is a symbol of wealth and a happy marriage.
$11.99

Lobster

3 3/4'' The Lobster is a most unusual creature. Not only is its skeleton on the outside of its body, but it listens with its legs, tastes with its antennae, and its teeth are in its stomach! But there is nothing odd about how it tastes. Steamed, boiled, baked, or served in chowder, Lobster is a delicious treat.
$12.99