Cottage Inge Glas Retired Old World Christmas Ornament
Gorgeous Cottage Glass Christmas Ornament made by Inge-Glas in West Germany. What a rare find and absolutely beautiful. It is in great vintage condition, please see all pictures. Perfect for your retro Christmas. Wonderful addition to your vintage Christmas ornament collection. Measuring 3 1/2".
This is a RETIRED old World Christmas ornament, and they are very hard to find anymore. Each ornament is mouth blown and hand painted in the Inge-Glas workshop in Neustadt, Germany; a business owned and operated by the Muller-Blech family for 14 generations, since 1596. Dating back to the 1850's the Inge-Glas collection includes more than 6000 antique molds, many of which are re-introduced each year.
Preserving the 410-year-old family tradition of glassblowing, every ornament is handcrafted in limited quantities. Each ornament from 1987 forward, carries the 5 - Point Star Crown of Inge-Glas, your guarantee that you possess a mouth blown, hand painted German Christmas ornament. Old World Christmas of Spokane Washington was the exclusive distributor for Inge Glas ornaments until 2000.
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