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November 27, 2017

Made of embossed or flat paper between 1880 and 1920 in Dresden, Germany, these ornaments are now some of the most expensive Christmas decorations collected!

The earliest Dresdens were the shaped animals, musical instruments and churches. Sometimes they were coated with silver or gold paper, decorated with a couple of bright colours, usually red and green. Each ornament was made of two pieces of embossed paper glued together with a hanging string between. The embossing gave the ornament a three-dimensional look.

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October 23, 2017

2017 marks 100 years anniversary of Russian Revolutions. Christmas Ornaments Fair collection of vintage ornaments specializes on the most important USSR decorations. 1917 Revolutions redesigned social classes hierarchy. It was indeed only the bourgeois tradition to decorate a tree, but was foreign for the new ruling class. In 1929 the anti-religious propaganda became...

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