This beautiful holiday stein features Santa and his reindeer with a sled full of toys. They are flying over an Alpine landscape set against a night sky with stars. The rim of the stein is decorated with holly and bells and the bottom is bells and Edelweiss flowers. This stein stands approximately 10.5" tall and holds .75 liters.
The front of this limited edition holiday themed German beer stein says Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmasmarket) and Deutschland (Germany) and features a colored handpainted raised relief of a German Christmas Market. This beautiful scene is surrounded by raised reliefs of Berlin, Koln (Cologne, Heidelberg, Neuschwanstein, Frankfurt, Munchen (Munich), Nurnberg and Rothenburg.
Colorful and charming. This traditional Christmas tree ornament is an Irish (Ireland) Santa with his violin and toy bag. Crafted with great detail down to the golden shamrock in his hat and the beautiful Emerald Isle green color on his clothing.
It is mouth blown, hand painted and stands approximately 6" tall.
This beautiful gold blown glass Christmas ornament features the image of St. Mary's Basilica on both sides with swirls of gold glitter and the word "Krakow". It measures 100mm and is crafted in Poland.
This beautiful pearl white blown glass Christmas ornament features the image of St. Mary's Basilica on both sides with swirls of gold glitter and the word "Krakow". It measures 100mm and is crafted in Poland.
This festive Christmas stein features Santa with a sled full of toys and brightly wrapped packages. He is delivering presents to all the good little girls and boys. To the left of Santa is a ribbon with "Frohe Weihnachten" (Merry Christmas in German). The bottom of the stein is ringed with holly. Excellently detailed.
Stands approximately 9.5" tall and holds .5 liters.
Who doesn't love a warm, salted pretzel? This salted pretzel ornament is mouth blown and hand painted.
It stands approximately 4inches tall and comes in its own gift box.
How the pretzel started: In the 6th century a young monk was baking unleavened bread for lent. He twisted pieces of bread dough to look like arms folded in prayer and called this creation "pretiola", which means little reward. The children who recited their prayers were rewarded with a pretzel.