Christmas Balls in Cracked Glass as in the 19th century

Christmas Balls Antique Silver - 3 sizes

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Référence L888-OD-OD100/15/S

En stock: 28

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Exceptional arrival of a batch of Christmas balls in blue cracked glass as they were made in the 19th century.
Until 1850, tradition was to decorate your tree with wreaths, dried fruit, especially apples. In 1858 a drought deprived the Vosges of their annual harvest. This is how a glassblower had the idea of ​​blowing his first glass balls, colored red to remind us of apples. Very quickly, the tradition took hold.
Returning to the tradition of the glassblower, these superb balls with exceptional dimensions take on an oxidation-effect patina which gives them a sumptuous and magical allure, like jewels hanging on the tree ...
A "must-have" to enchant our end of the year!
Available in several sizes and colors.
* books and bases sold separately

Dimensions and Specifications - Shipment information

- Width: 25 cm

- Height: 25 cm

- Depth: 25 cm

- Weight (item packed): 4 kg

- Era: Actual Arts and crafts

- France Delivery (Out of Corsica and Dom Tom): 2-3 weeks

- State: Distressed