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  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Ornament
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Ornament
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Ornament

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Ornament

$24.99
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Rudolph will always be there when you need him – even if you were a total jerk-face to him before discovering that his nose could light the way for your sleigh.

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is synonymous with Christmas. This loveable reindeer lives in Christmastown and was born with a glowing red nose. Rudolph was ashamed of his nose and ran away because he felt like a misfit. In the end, it was his unique shiny nose that saves Christmas.

  • Ships in safe packaging with a keepsake box to store for years to come.
  • Store in a cool, dry place when not in use.
  • 4 X 3.25 X 1.5 (HxLxW)
  • Nose does not light up
  • Is strongly anti-bullying 

About Old World Christmas

Old World Christmas is the premier brand of Christmas ornaments in the country. Tim and Beth Merck reintroduced these figurative designs to the United States in 1979. As a couple who shared a special love for Christmas, Tim and Beth revitalized the art of mouth-blown fine glass ornaments. Today, Old World Christmas offers the most extensive and best-loved collection with over 1,400 proprietary designs in styles ranging from traditional to whimsical.

Each figurative glass ornament produced by Old World Christmas is hand crafted in age-old tradition using the same techniques that originated in the 1800's. Molten glass is mouth-blown into finely carved molds made exclusively for Old World Christmas, before a hot solution of liquid silver is poured inside. The ornaments are then hand-painted and glittered in a series of labor-intensive steps to achieve the beautiful creations.

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