Fine Christmas Ornaments

Written by Jenni Wiltz
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Fine Christmas ornaments add a touch of class to your tree. If you are a frequent holiday entertainer, you will want to make sure you display decorations from the most prestigious designers. Christopher Radko ornaments and Fontanini ornaments are two top-notch choices. The care with which both of these lines are created is evident from the moment you first unwrap them.

A fun idea for collecting fine Christmas ornaments is to host an ornament party each year in which each guest brings a single ornament. Each gift is assigned a number. During the party, have your guests draw numbers to see who will go home with which ornament. The end result is much more useful than a traditional white elephant gift!

Collecting Fine Christmas Ornaments

If an ornament party won't fit into your holiday schedule, you can always create wish lists on the websites of your favorite ornament makers. Most fine ornament makers will have sophisticated websites that allow you to select the items you'd most like to receive as Christmas gifts and email that list to several different recipients. This can make gift hunting easier for those who aren't aficionados of the Christmas shopping season, and will save you from possibly having to return inappropriate or unwanted gifts.

Focusing on a wish list can also help you decide what to buy during the rest of the year, or during the after Christmas sales. Often the wish lists will include the retail price of the item requested, letting you know if the sale prices you see are really a good value. Plus, as any avid shopper knows, checking items off a list is supremely satisfying for the serious collector.


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