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    Posted 9 years ago

    mayatini
    (63 items)

    My Aunt said they are depression ornaments. a couple are very thin plastic. They are in pretty bad condition but I thought it was fun to see.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      They look like shiny Brite ornaments . Look at top metal hanger and see if they say shiny brite ok
    2. mayatini mayatini, 9 years ago
      they are I have the box top. I didn't know that was important until after I posted the picture.
    3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 9 years ago
      I always thought most of these were GLASS.
    4. mayatini mayatini, 9 years ago
      she said a couple was Japanese the first one on the second row starting at the bottom of the picture and the 3rd and 4th one on the top row are japanese.
    5. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      These are all about from 50's era . There are no hand blown early ones in box that are highly collectible and bring higher prices , Yours have a value about 20.00 dollars . They are pretty and we know most are shiny Brite so I think this is solved :)
    6. mayatini mayatini, 9 years ago
      I think your right but I have more If i see something interesting I will post. Ive said this before Im not a collector. My Grand Mother worked at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago and she Purchased a lot of thing s that came thur there.
    7. TylulaVintage TylulaVintage, 9 years ago
      A lot of nice pinks - these are also highly collectible - there's something gorgeous about the colours back then that can't be made in today's ornaments (or maybe it's the patina)
    8. mayatini mayatini, 9 years ago
      Thanks again I would like to clean them and use them on the mantel but I'm afraid to put anything on them.
    9. clockerman clockerman, 6 years ago
      Nice ornaments. Dont use water or any liquid cleaners TO CLEAN THESE BEAUTIES. Most were made with water based paints.
    10. mayatini mayatini, 6 years ago
      Thanks for. What about oil?
    11. clockerman clockerman, 6 years ago
      I have heard that they only should be dusted with a feather duster. good luck

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