Our Santas Chapeaus Gold German Glass Ornaments Caring for your German Glass Inge Ornaments: Old World Christmas Santa Claus.
are 2 inches in diameter, around the bottom and 3 inches long, including the star crown. The Glass Ornaments are in the shape of a red Santa hat, with a gold, glitter cuff. These Glass Ornaments also has a gold, glitter pompom and gold glitter highlights. The German glass ornaments hang from the gold star crown. Select to see a complete listing of our Christmas Decorations Ideas.
To care for and protect your Glas Inge Ornaments for years to come, please be mindful of the following suggestions. Wrap your German Ornaments individually in 24 Anti Tarnish Tissue Paper Sheets and pack your Inge Ornaments securely in a sturdy Ornament Storage Boxes, making sure not to place too many layers in a single box. One layer is ideal. The box should be very sturdy and made of paper. Plastic bubble wrap and or plastic storage containers do not allow the Germany Glass Ornaments to have proper ventilation. Particularly if the made in Germany Glass Ornament is stored in a warm place like an attic or in a humid place like a basement. Also be sure to take care to store your items in a safe, dry place away from water, sun or fluorescent lights and other outside elements. We hope you enjoy your hand blown glass ornaments that are made in Germany.
Santa Claus truly represents a veritable melting pot of cultures, beliefs and traditions. As immigrants arrived in the New World centuries ago, along with their hopes and dreams for a better future, they brought with them their beliefs and customs surrounding the holidays. The Germans brought their Belznickel and Christkindl, the Scandinavians their gift giving elves and the Dutch introduced the Sinterklaas, all representing the celebration of St. Nicholas.
The American legend of Santa Claus embodies childhood innocence and magical delight, as Santa Claus is the bearer of gifts and treats for children everywhere. With his home at the wintry North Pole, he and his merry elves created the toys that put the magic into the holidays. He was a kind and gentle figure, and starry eyed children awaited his annual visit with spirited anticipation.
The legend of Santa Claus is derived in part from the benevolent European figure St. Nicholas, and in part from American writers who wrote children’s poems in the nineteenth century. Clement Moore, who wrote “A Visit From St. Nicholas” in 1822, and Thomas Nast, the famed political cartoonist who depicted Santa Claus in the 1860’s as an elfin figure, contributed greatly to this fantasy. Their descriptions of the jolly man clad in red and white created the folk hero children around the world dream about on Christmas Eve. This American patron saint of children certainly brings joy and delight to all during the holidays. Check our our collection of Santa Ornaments.
Caring for your German Glass Inge Ornaments:
Old World Christmas Santa Claus.