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Glass Ball Ornaments – A Holiday Tradition

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These traditional Glass Ball Ornaments will be treasured for a lifetime. Beautifully decorated, they come in 30 different colors and you can imprint in virtually any color. Your logo or message will be sure to get attention.

Our glass ball ornaments come in a gift box at no additional charge.  Ornaments are generally produced in 7 to 10 working days.  A set up charge applies.

Looking for a non-breakable ornament?  We offer a similar round ornament  in plastic.

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Many of our suppliers offer discounts on orders placed early. Ask a customer service representative for details.

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We have hundreds of ornaments that can be imprinted with your logo, company or organizational name or message. See our most popular ornaments. Or, use the quick search box at the bottom of this page and enter a term such as  Train Ornament or  Santa Ornament.  You can also use the advance search of contact customer service.

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The History of Ornaments

For many people, decorating their home and Christmas trees with ornaments is an enjoyable way to capture the magic and excitement of the holidays.

Christmas trees first appeared in America in the 1700s, although the emergence of the modern Christmas tree actually dates back to 15th 16th century Germany.

Christmas wasn’t widely celebrated in the United States until the 1800s. As a result, decorated trees did not become widely popular until people saw the ornaments brought to America by families emigrating from Germany and England in the 1840s.

Ornaments soon became a big hit. F.W. Woolworth  five-and-dime store started stocking their  stores with German-made ornaments in 1880. By 1890, the store was  selling close to $25 million worth of ornaments . And that is at nickel and dime prices.

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