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Inge-glas ® of Germany - Fruit & Vegetable Ornaments
These ornaments are considered to be the oldest style of glass ornaments produced. Since the earliest Christmas trees were adorned with natural fruits and nuts, it was inevitable that the glassblowers patterned many of their first molds after these reminders of abundant harvests. German Christmas Ornaments marked with The Star Crown" is your guarantee that the ornament is produced in a centuries old tradition in the family workshops of Inge-glas ® of Germany in Neustadt, near Coburg, Germany.
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