These Ceramic Christmas Trees Are Making A Comeback

It’s time to break out the Christmas garland, holiday wreath, and jazz up the tree. The main Christmas tree is always lots of fun and lights up any room, but what about the small decorative trees? A blast from the past has shown up and the ceramic tree is popping up everywhere.

Dark Horse Arts and Gifts says the ceramic tree was a hit between 1960-1970. They were commonly placed on tables, fireplaces, shelves, and countertops.

Here are a few places you can grab one for yourself this holiday!

1. Target


These fully dressed up green and white trees are complete with lights and a star. They are slightly over 1 foot tall and go for about $30 dollars.

2. Urban Outfitters

This stunning white tree is about 1 and a half feet tall and lights up. It easily turns on and off with the touch of a button. It sells for $69 dollars.

3. Pier 1

This tree is a little different with it’s sweet melted snow and clean white lights. It’s just under a foot in height and goes for about $30 dollars.

4. Amazon

The green and white decorated trees are also available online and can be operated by battery. These are slightly over $30 dollars.

5. Etsy

For an original tree from the ’60s or ’70s check out Etsy’s 7-inch tree for around $25 dollars.

Hopefully, these popular little trees can be a part of your holiday festivities and memories.

God bless you and your families as we celebrate the birth of Christ this year.

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