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Denmark Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Denmark. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Danish Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

The season begins with the preparation of the Advent wreath and Advent calendar. After a candlelight church service on Christmas Eve, families enjoy a festive dinner. After dinner the children are allowed to see the Christmas tree decorated with straw ornaments, birds, apples, hearts, and kraemmerhus (cone-shaped baskets filled with treats). Members of the family join hands, circle the tree, and sing carols before opening gifts. Gifts often include beautiful plates laden with cookies. Julnisse is a Danish elf known for playing tricks; every Christmas Eve he must be given a bowl of rice pudding to ensure his watch over the family and livestock for the coming year.
Bronner #1000601.
Philippines Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Philippines. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Filipino Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Christmas in the Philippines begins on the 16th of December at 4:00 a.m., when Filipinos gather in church to observe the first in a series of "Misa de Gallo." This novena of masses culminates on Christmas Eve at midnight with the "Misa de Aguinaldo." Christmas activities include caroling, processions which feature elaborately-crafted lanterns, and the Panuluyan which is a street drama depicting the journey to Bethlehem. Home decorations include the parol (a lantern which adorns the doorway) the Belen (nativity scene) and a "Christ birthday tree." Gifts are exchanged and Santa makes an appearance in some areas. The season ends on January 6 with the Feast of the Three Kings.
Bronner #1000607.
Finland Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Finland. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Finnish Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Christmas preparations in Finland start in early October with people gathering for evenings of Pikkujoulu or "little Christmas." Families count the days and weeks of the season with Advent calendars and candles. Traditional decorations include national flags and the himmeli, a geometric mobile made of straw. At sunset on Christmas Eve families attend church services to commemorate Christ's birth. That evening, candles are placed on graves to remember loved ones and soldiers. Bearing gifts, Father Christmas arrives from Lapland on a sled drawn by reindeer. Christmas Day is a quiet day of devotion and family visits. The Christmas season comes to a close with Twelfth Night.
Bronner #1000609.
German Greeting Ornament
$8.99
Want to wish your loved one Merry Christmas in a special way? Then wish them in a diverse way with this beautifully crafted Bronner's exclusive 3" glazed glass ornament. With an exquisite design this ornament is sure to show your appreciation and leave your loved one experiencing a Fröhliche Weihnachten. Made in Hungary.
Italian Prayer Glass Ornament
$8.99
"May your soul rest in God. He is your Saviour; your hope and your glory." (Italian version on the front, English version on reverse.) 3" diameter and made of glass from Hungary.
Ireland Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Ireland. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Irish Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

On Christmas Eve, in honor of the infant Jesus, the youngest family member is chosen to light a candle in the window. The light is a welcome to any who, like Mary and Joseph, might be looking for shelter. The candle burns all night long, and wanderers who pass by are given food and money. After church services on Christmas Day, families distribute baked goods to friends and relatives. On December 26, St. Stephen's Day, children participate in a custom called "Feed the Wren." With a wren in a cage they proceed from door to door singing carols and collecting money for charity. The season ends on January 6, which is known as "Little Christmas."
Bronner #1000613.
Poland Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Poland. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Polish Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

The Star of Bethlehem is the most popular Christmas symbol. Christmas is known as Gwiazda, or "Little Star." The first star in the Christmas Eve sky signals the end of a day-long fast of Wigilia, and celebrations begin. Before the Christmas Eve meal is served, the head of the house distributes an oplatki (peace wafer) symbolizing friendship and peace. A straw-sewn place setting is reserved for the humble Christ. Decorations include an elaborate crèche and choinka (Christmas tree) decorated with straw stars, fruit, nuts, cookies and intricately painted eggs. Often, young men carry a lighted star on a pole en route to Pasterka (Shepherd's Mass) at midnight Christmas Eve.
Bronner #1000596.
Austria Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Austria. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Austrian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

During the four weeks of Advent, Austrian homes display a star in their windows, and at the family devotion light the weekly Advent wreath candles. St. Nicholas brings treat for children on December 6, St. Nicholas Day. The Christmas tree, decorated with candlesand ornaments, is first seen on Christmas Eve when the Christkind (Christ Child) brings presents. Christmas Day and December 26 are for church services and family visits. Carols, including the world-famous "Stille Nacht" (Silent Night) composed in Oberndorf, Austria, in 1818, fiill the air. On January 6, symbolic wisemen visit homes and inscribe K+M+B (initials of the three wisemen) above doorways in exchange for gifts to charity.
Bronner #1000608.
Spain Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Spain . Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Spanish Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

The Spanish Christmas blends the religious spirit of the Nativity with delights of the table, the Spanish passion for song and dance, and the universal pleasure of renewing family ties. The nacimiento (birth), belenes (Bethlehem crib) or Nativity scene is more important to the family than a Christmas tree. Christmas Eve is known as Noche Buena, the "good night." After mass and a special meal, the children receive one gift – other gifts must wait for Epiphany (12 days after Christmas), since the Three Kings are the legendary gift bearers. The Kings leave gifts in shoes the family has left out.
Bronner #1000618.
Mexico Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Mexico. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Mexican Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Color is provided by the brilliant red of the "Flower of the Holy Night," or poinsettia. A popular custom is the posada; beginning December 16, processions go from house to house carrying the images of Joseph and Mary, re-enacting their quest for lodging. On La Nochebuena (Christmas Eve) a shrine of flowers and cedar boughs is prepared for the Christ Child, whose image is placed in it at midnight, with luminaires adding a special glow. On Christmas Day children attempt to break the piñata, a decorated earthenware figure filled with nuts, fruit, candy and trinkets. On the day of Epiphany, January 6, children receive gifts from the Wise Men.
Bronner #1000602.
USA Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of USA. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our United States of America Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come! Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Although many of the varied customs were brought by immigrants, American innovations include popcorn garland, candy canes, colored electric lights and a jolly bearded Santa Claus in a sleigh with reindeer. Streets, parks and malls are decorated and often include a Nativity scene. The national Christmas tree is lit annually on the White House lawn, while decorated trees prevail in communities, homes, businesses and churches. Holiday activities include shopping, decorating, caroling and concerts. Lumanaries light the way for the Christ child. On December 24 and 25 families attend church, enjoy turkey dinners and open gifts placed under the tree.
Bronner #1000604.
Switzerland Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Switzerland. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Swiss Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Drawing upon four distinct traditions (German, French, Italian, and Romanche, a Swiss dialect), customs are combined according to local usage. Sternsingen (singing to the stars) is a tradition in many places during Advent. The Advent wreath, Advent calendar and Nativity are also displayed. On December 6, St. Nicholas, also known as Samichlaus, and his companion Schmutzli give children treats. Gifts are given on Christmas Eve or New Year's, brought by the Christkindli or St St. Nicholas, or even Father Christmas and wife Lucy. Real candles and sparklers are often used on the Christmas tree. In Eastern Switzerland, it is custom to burn an immense log, "Noel's Log."
Bronner #1000615.
Holland Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Holland. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Dutch Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Saint Nicholas, the patron saint of children, plays an important role in the celebration of Christmas in Holland. He arrives by steamer, alone or with his assistant, Black Peter, on the last Saturday in November. His gift-giving rounds are made on December 6, when Dutch children leave hay and carrots in their wooden shoes for his white horse. Mystery presents in cleverly-wrapped packages are exchanged at St. Nicholas parties. After church services, Christmas Day is spent in family activities such as caroling, story-telling and skating. December 26, which is called "Second Christmas Day," is often a day for musical concerts honoring Christ's birth.
Bronner #1000605.
England Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of England. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our English Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

The custom of sending Christmas cards originated in England, a nation rich in varied traditions. Window candles attract carolers, called waits, who fill the air with Christmas music. A yule log finds its place of tradition in the hearths of some homes in England and Wales. Children hang stockings by the chimney of their bed, hoping Father Christmas will bring them gifts. Before the use of the Christmas tree, the main decoration was the kissing bough, made of evergreens, holly, and ivy. Christmas feasting includes the wassail bowl and flaming plum pudding. On Boxing Day, December 26 (St. Stephan's Day), gift boxes and alms are distributed to the needy.
Bronner #1000594.
Hungary Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Hungary. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Hungarian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

St. Nicholas Day, December 6, opens Christmas festivities. St. Nicholas may leave small gifts or birch rods in shoes or boots which children have placed on window sills. Before the Christmas Eve meal, the family gathers by the Christmas tree. After prayer, gifts are given. The Christmas tree is decorated with tissue, felt and Szalon Cukor, a fudge-like candy. When the first star appears the meal is served. By custom an extra place is set for a stranger who might knock at the door in search of hospitality. At midnight, costumed villagers go to mass, where a beautiful crèche is displayed in the church. Children known as Bethlehemesek travel the village streets performing Nativity plays.
Bronner #1000612.
France Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of France. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our French Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

The crèche (manger) occupies a place of prominence in the French home. Terra cotta figures known as santons (little saints) represent the Holy Family. Area processions include a live lamb, the symbol of the Lamb of God. The Bûche de Noël, a log-shaped cake, has become a favorite Christmas delicacy. Children leave their shoes by the firesideon Christmas Eve hoping Père Noël (Father Christmas) or le Petit Noël (the Christ Child) will fill them with gifts before morning. Their parents attend Christmas masses at midnight and return to a late supper known as le Réveillon. On Epiphany eve, three figures are added to the crèche in celebration of the visit of the Magi.
Bronner #1000599.
Scotland Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Scotland. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Scottish Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Customon the back of the ornament reads:

In Scotland religious services and quiet family gatherings dominate the celebration of Christ's birth. Hogmanay, New Year's Eve, is a time of joyous revelry. At midnight, church bells ring as people join hands and sing "Auld Lang Syne" in remembrance of friends past and present. The first person to cross the threshold after midnight is called the first-footer, and traditionally brings gifts of coal, bread, money, or salt to ensure warmth, food, and wealth for the coming year. The Scottish wisely believe that the year is best begun this way: rise early, pay your debts and borrow no more, dine well, and cheerfully resolve to work hard.
Bronner #1000610.
Italy Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Italy. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Italian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Among Italians a novena, nine days of religious preparation, precedes Christmas. On December 23 (or earlier), zampognari (bagpipers), shepherds, or costumed children go from house to house and play carolsbefor ethe family presepio (manger scene). The presepio originated in Italy with St. Francis of Assisi in 1223. Before the traditional Yule log is lit on Christmas Eve, each child must recite a sermon to the Christ Child. Gift-giving is reserved for the day of Epiphany, January 6. On the Twelfth Night, Befana, the old woman who foolishly refused to help the wise men, brings candies and distributes gifts to the children.
Bronner #1000597.
Polish Blessing Ornament
$8.99
"May your hand be outstretched to all you meet. And may all men say 'Brother' when they speak of you. May the land be fertile beneath your feet. May your days be gentle as the sun-kissed dew." (Printed in English on reverse.) 3" diameter and made of glass from Hungary.
Czech Republic Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Czech Republic. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Czech Republic Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come! Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

On the evening of December 5, St. Nicholas legendarily descends from a gold cord with an angel and mentor to reward or admonish children. At Christmas Eve supper, a chair is left vacant for the Christ-child. After supper, candles on the tree are lighted. Tree decor includes straw and paper stars, Bohemian glass ornaments, fruits, nuts, cookies, and intricately painted eggshells--symbolizing birth. After midnight mass, children often sleep on straw by the manger, reminiscent of Christ’s birth. On January 6, Epiphany, priests write C+M+B over the doors of homes, placing a cross between letters which stand for the initials of the Magi and a Latin phrase meaning “May Christ bless this home.”
Bronner #1000616.
Slovak Republic Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Slovak. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Slovakian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come!
Custom on the back of the Slovak Republic ornament reads:

On the evening of December 5, St. Nicholas legendarily descends from a gold cord with an angel and mentor to reward or admonish children. At Christmas Eve supper, a chair is left vacant for the Christ-Child. After supper, candles on the tree are lighted. Tree décor includes straw and paper stars, glass ornaments, fruits, nuts, cookies, and intricately painted eggshells – symbolizing birth. After midnight mass, children often sleep on straw by the manger, reminiscent of Christ's birth. On January 6, Epiphany, priests write C+M+B over the doors of homes placing a cross between the letters which stand for the initials of the Magi and a Latin phrase meaning "May Christ bless this home."
Bronner #1000617.
Greece Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Greece. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Greek Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come! Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

December is a time of storms in the seas around Greece. December 6 is the feast day of St. Nicholas, the patron of sailors, who stilled the waters. On Christmas morning children go to homes singing carols called kalanda. Dinner includes christopsomo (Christ-bread). St. Basil, Hagios Vasilios, is the bearer of Greek children's gifts which are exchanged on St. Basil's Day, January 1. On Epiphany people gather at a nearby river for the ceremonial Blessing of the Waters. As a symbol of the Holy Spirit, a white dove is released. A priest throws a cross into the water and young men compete to recover it. A special blessing is given to the one who retrieves the cross.
Bronner #1000600.
Norway Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Norway. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Norwegian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come! Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

Evergreen trees are widely used as decorations and are a focus for hymn and carol sings. Norwegian ships even display a Christmas tree on their mast. On the afternoon of Christmas Eve, sheaves of grain are hung outside for birds, and cattle are given extra fodder in remembrance of their presence at Christ's birth. A bowl of rice pudding may also be set out for nissen (barn elf). An ancient Norse figure called Julesvenn brings gifts to children on Christmas Eve. Christmas Day is spent attending church and visiting relatives. After Christmas, costumed children go from door to door seeking treats, indulging in a custom called Julebukk.
Bronner #1000603.
Canada Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Canada. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Canadian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come! Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

In 1898 Canada instituted its Penny Postal System on Christmas Day, when a stamp was issued with a special Christmas theme. Christmas is observed in various forms in the different provinces. In Labrador, children receive candles placed in a turnip saved from the harvest. Newfoundland fisherman donate the proceeds of their catch to the local parish. In French Quebec, celebrations called Reveillons begin after midnight mass on Christmas Eve and last until dawn. In the areas settled by Scottish highlanders, the psalms resound on Christmas morning. The holiday season ends on January 6, except in Ukranian communities where Christmas is observed on January 7.
Bronner #1000606.
Polish Greeting Ornament
$8.99
Celebrate the Holiday Season in perfect Polish style with this Bronner's exclusive red shiny ornament! This charming ornament is 3" tall and crafted of glass from Hungary.
Lithuania Christmas Custom Ornament
$8.99
This 3" tall two-tone satin ornament tells the story of the Christmas customs of Lithuania. Crafted of glass exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, our Lithuanian Christmas custom ornament is sure to be a fun and enlightening conversation piece for years to come! Custom on the back of the ornament reads:

To Lithuanians, Christmas Eve is one of the most important family holidays. The highlight of the day is the Kucious, or Christmas Eve dinner. The table is first covered with hayfollowed by a snow-white tablecloth to remind Lithuanians of Christ's manger. Twelve different kinds of foodare served symbolizing the twelve Apostles. Following the meal, adults and children tell fortunes by drawing out of stalksof hay to determine what next year's harvest will be like or what young person's prsospectfor marriage is in the next year. The Shepherd's Mass held at midnight or dawn is attended by the family. Lithuanian Christmas ornaments are made of wheat or white straw gathered by the women and fashioned into various designs.
Bronner #1004360.
Spanish Greeting Ornament
$8.99
Celebrate the Holiday Season in perfect Spanish style with this Bronner's exclusive red shiny ornament! This charming ornament is 3" tall and crafted of glass from Hungary.
Ireland Flag Glass Ornament
$9.99
Waving brilliantly over the Emerald Isle is the tricolor flag of Ireland in green, white and orange. A symbol of pride for many, this glass replica allows you to display your patriotic heritage all year-round. This charming Ireland flag ornament is crafted of glass and 2¾" tall by 3½" wide.
German Flag Glass Ornament
$9.99
As if blowing in a gentle breeze, this glass replica of the German flag gracefully waves the tradition colors of black, red and yellow. This charming German flag ornament is crafted of glass and 2¾" tall by 3½" wide.
You Might Be From Canada If Sayings Ornament
$8.99
Crafted exclusively for Bronner's from Hungary, this 3" red and white glass ornament features whimsical Canada-themed sayings as well as the phrase You might be from Canada if… printed alongside a red maple leaf. Every letter on this "You Might Be From Canada If" ornament is artfully printed in shimmering red enamel.
Phrases include:
The local paper requires six pages for hockey
"Eh?" is an important part of your vocabulary
You know what a "loonie" and a "toonie" are
You call the last letter of the alphabet "Zed"
You find -20C a "little chilly"
You have taken a snowmobile to the store…in May.
This charming Canada ornament is a wonderful way to celebrate—(as well as have a little fun with)—your special Canadian loved one!
Are you part German and part Irish? Is your grandmother Italian and your grandfather French? Do you have a friend of Asian descent or a teacher that hails from Egypt? We have the perfect ornament just waiting for you! An ornament from Bronner's that celebrates ethnic pride is not only a wonderful keepsake, but a cherished gift that is often passed down through generations. Please feel free to browse through our online selection of ethnic pride ornaments to find your perfect gift!
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