There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. If you love vintage and antique Christmas decorations, then you know that you can find Christmas ornaments and collectibles to add to your collection year-round. If you are new to collecting vintage and antique Christmas collectibles, you will find information below about the various types that are available. One category of these nostalgic antique Christmas collectibles may spark your interest and become the focus of your collecting.
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Christmas is such a magical time of year! And a magical time for crafting projects — from ornaments and signs , to pillows and cards — vintage images can make your projects that much more spectacular. You can download all of these beauties to use in your Christmas Crafts projects. We hope you enjoy perusing through these Vintage Christmas Images, and that you use them in your Holiday Projects to add some nostalgic Vintage style to your decor this year.
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Indent: Originally designed to catch and reflect the candlelight of Victorian Christmas trees, fancy indented shapes had a resurgence in the s when this groovy, Atomic Age number debuted. They fell out of favor the following decade when more subdued looks became popular. Cardboard Cap: World War II rationing restricted the use of metal, so ornaments made during that period have now-coveted cardboard caps and string hangers. They also featured simpler designs, lacking the shiny "silvered" interior of pre-war glass bulbs.