Amanda Lovell's ornament collection

Credit: Mary Ellen Bartley, styling by Beverley Hyde

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See that 1890s Indian (second in second row)? Rare, precious, soap-bubble-thin. Never sees the light of a tree. Some years I hang him up, but then I'm nervous the whole time, and where's the jolliness in that?

Except for that Indian and the glass-eyed doll's head (sixth in second row), all these ornaments are modern creations. The strawberry man (fourth in second row) is a 1989 Christopher Radko take on an early design. The two-faced cutie (top row, far left), can still be had at Blumchen.com.
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