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eBay Buying Guide says, "Companies such as Hallmark, Lenox, and Dept 56 make a wide variety of Christmas collectibles designed to elicit holiday cheer and inspire your spirit of giving.

Christmas ornaments: Christmas ornaments can set the theme of your Christmas tree or make charming decorations year-round. Simple, traditional choices include Precious Moments ornaments, Hummel ornaments, and Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments that reflect a variety of traditions. Those looking for understated elegance may want to consider silver or hand-painted fine china Lenox ornaments or simple, ivory Margaret Furlong ornaments in the shape of angles, snowflakes, and more. In 1986 collectors began discovering the joy of collecting Christopher Radko ornaments and you can find more than 10,000 designs today. These handcrafted European mouth-blown glass ornaments are painted by hand with some reflecting the holidays and others recreating retro American ornaments of the 1940s and 1950s. Looking to let loose and have some fun with your ornaments? Consider Lenox ornaments in the shape of Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Snoopy, or Sesame Street characters or Midwest of Cannon Falls ornaments depicting Looney Tunes characters. Midwest of Cannon Falls also produces candy- and s'mores-themed ornaments. Consider ornaments when looking for special gifts for people celebrating December birthdays, moving into a new home, or welcoming a new baby during the winter holiday season."


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I've never had Margaret Furlong ornaments but aren't these beautiful?

Margaret Furlong 1998 Blooming Four LOVE 4 Heart Bisque Porcelain O...

This LENOX - HOLIDAY COFFEE TEA & ME ORNAMENT would look great on my tree this year...since it has a tea party theme!

These were some displays I had and I found the Mercury ones I had in storage. 

Wow, Cyndi! Your displays are amazing and Mercury ornaments recovered is too! THANK YOU for sharing!!!

These delightful little tea cup collectibles stayed in storage this year. :( Nice to look at the pic again though.

Thanks Ellen, I should go back to my old photographs and find my bookcase photos, memory lane for me now!

The parade was a fourth of July Parade.
Smiles, Cyndi


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