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Many interesting stories and legends about Christmas can be found in our selection of classic glass Old World Christmas ornaments. Explore the Christmas Chalet's world of traditions, cultures, religions, and myths. Some are good luck ornaments and charms, or reflect age-old Christmas traditions from around the world. Some are vegetables and animals, some are political party Christmas ornaments. Seek and you just might find that perfect ornament or gift.
Most of our delightful Christmas ornaments feature an attached story card. These cards provide nostalgic imagery combined with unique ornament legends.

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Halloween

Day of the Dead Old World Ornament
Day of the Dead Ornament
26069
3.25"
$11.99

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Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday that brings families and friends together to pray and remember the loved ones who have passed away and to help support the spiritual journey. It is believed the gates of heaven open to allow the spirits of the deceased to reunite with their families.
Punkin' Scarecrow Old World Ornament
Punkin' Scarecrow Ornament
26076
4"
$14.99

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Farmers use scarecrows, or hay-men to deter crows and sparrows from eating the crops and scattering the seeds. Made of straw and the farmer's old clothes, scarecrows are often seen in the fields near harvest time. The colorful scarecrows are often associated with autumn, harvest and fall festivals.
Witch's Hat Old World Ornament
Witch's Hat Ornament
26078
3.25"
$9.99

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One of the most popular figures associated with Halloween is the Witch. Her pointy black hat, dark cape, broomstick, and black cat make her easy to recognize. Today, she is a traditional favorite at Halloween costume parties and with young trick-or-treaters.
Mr. Bones Old World Ornament
Mr. Bones Ornament
26066
5.5"
$19.99

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhain, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow's Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840s, with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hope of keeping evil spirits away.
Frankenstein and Bride Old World Ornament
Frankenstein and Bride Ornament
26065
4.75"
$18.99

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The Frankenstein story tells of a mad scientist who tries to create life and instead creates a monster. It became so popular that in a sequel a bride was created. Now "Bride of Frankenstein" is one of the most popular classic horror films. This gruesome couple is associated with Halloween and its custom of telling scary tales!
Lil' Dracula Old World Ornament
Lil' Dracula Ornament
26025
3.5"
$12.99

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhaln, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow's Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840's with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hope of keeping evil spirits away.
Skull Old World Ornament
Skull Ornament
26021
2.5"
$8.99

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhaln, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow's Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840's with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hope of keeping evil spirits away.
Spider Web Old World Ornament
Spider Web Ornament
26030
3"
$9.99

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhaln, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow's Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840's with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hope of keeping evil spirits away.
Evil Eye Old World Ornament
Evil Eye
Ornament

26037
1.5"
$5.99

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The superstition of "The Evil Eye" is found in folklore and is popular around Halloween. It refers to the sinister look which is thought to be capable of inflicting a curse or bad luck on the person which the look is directed.
Mummy Old World Ornament
Mummy
Ornament

26058
3.75"
$11.99

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The myth of the curse of the mummy began when many terrible events occurred after the discovery of King Tut's tomb. Legend has it that anyone who dared to open the tomb would suffer the wrath of the mummy. Scary stories are fun to tell at Halloween, along with the custom of dressing in costume - maybe even as a mummy!
Frankenstein Old World Ornament
Frankenstein
Ornament

26052
3.5"
$12.99

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The myth of Frankenstein began with a story where a mad scientist attempts to create artificial life and his misguided attempts result in the creation of a monster. This story is popular at Halloween since the holiday incorporates the telling of scary stories and the custom of dressing in costume.
Tombstone Old World Ornament
Tombstone
Ornament

26062
3.5"
$13.99

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhain, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallow's Eve, October 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840's, with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hopes of keeping the evil spirits away.
Grouchy Ghost Old World Ornament
Grouchy Ghost
Ornament

26035
4.25"
$7.95

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhaim, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to Earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallows' Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840's, with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hopes of keeping the evil spirits away.
Halloween Kitty Old World Ornament
Halloween Kitty
Ornament

26033
3.25"
$10.99

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Halloween has its origins in the ancient festival of Samhaim, the Celtic New Year, when spirits were allowed to return to Earth to visit. Christianity incorporated this into All Hallows' Eve, Oct. 31, prior to All Saints Day. The Irish brought Halloween to America in the 1840's, with the tradition of dressing in costumes and playing pranks in the hopes of keeping the evil spirits away.
Witch on Broomstick Old World Ornament
Witch on Broomstick
Ornament

26051
4.5"
$17.99

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One of the most popular figures associated with Halloween is the witch. Her pointy black hat, dark cape, old broomstick, and black cat make her easy to recognize. Her name comes from the Saxon word wicca, meaning the wise one. Today, she is a traditional favorite at Halloween costume parties and with young trick-or-treaters.
Mini Pumpkin Old World Ornament
Mini Pumpkin
Ornament

28047
1.75", 2"
$6.99

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Harvested in autumn, ripe orange pumpkins are associated with fall holidays and festivals. For Halloween, they are carved as Jack O'Lanterns. For Thanksgiving, pumpkins symbolize the bounty of the harvest and are the main ingredient of a favorite Thanksgiving treat - pumpkin pie!
Old World Ornament
Ornament Hangers
1441
$2.75

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The fast and easy way to hang your ornaments! 100 green wire ornament hangers.

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