Legends, Symbols, & Traditions

Legends, Symbols, & Traditions

Rooster Christmas Ornament
$12.99
 
According to legend, the rooster has only crowed once at midnight. This was to announce the birth of the Baby Jesus. For this reason, Spanish and Latin American countries call their midnight mass on Christmas Eve the Mass of the Rooster, or Misa Del Gallo. Allow this charming 3¼" tall glass rooster ornament to signal the start of your family's holiday celebrations!
(Legend of the Rooster card included.)
Rooster With Wire Tail Glass Ornament
$11.99
 
This bird will love to roost among the branches of your Christmas tree! Coming ready to hang with a gold cord, this formed-glass rooster with wire tail is accentuated with dazzling gold and red glitter. This one-of-a-kind rooster will make the perfect addition to any rooster collection!
(Legend of the Rooster card included.)
Heirloom Rooster Glass Ornament
$16.99
 
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According to Spanish and Latin American legend, the rooster crowed once at midnight to announce the birth of the Baby Jesus. Why not start a new family tradition by displaying this heirloom rooster ornament on your tree? Exquisitely crafted of glass, our 4¼" rooster ornament is decorated with the vibrant glazes and eye-catching glitter accents you're sure to appreciate.
(Legend of the Rooster card included.)
Bronner #1169735.
Perfectly illustrating a legend, symbol, or tradition, each ornament in these sections has been chosen by Bronner's as a symbol for the story it represents. Each section has its own special story that adds depth and enjoyment to the beauty of the ornaments. Enjoy these special traditions that will bring meaning and enjoyment to your Christmas for years to come!