Answered By: Regan Brumagen Last Updated: Sep 22, 2016 Views: 39
I am sending several bibliographies of books and articles about Christmas ornaments covering both historical and technical information.
These books by Waltraud Neuwirth provide an excellent overview of German-style ornaments blown in a mold, as well as other types of traditional Christmas ornaments.
Neuwirth, Waltraud. Glasperlen Christbaumschmuck = Glass bead Christmas tree ornaments. Wien : Selbstverlag Dr. Waltraud Neuwirth, 1995. 320 p.
In German and English. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Herberstein Castle, Styria, Austria, 1995. Many of the objects are in the collection of the Muzeum Skla a Bizutérie, in Jablonec nad Nisou. Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-206).
Neuwirth, Waltraud. Glas-Christbaumschmuck : made in Austria, Czechoslovakia = Glass Christmas tree ornaments. Wien [Germany] : Waltraud Neuwirth, 2000. 240 p.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 240).
Altonaer Museum. Thüringen, 'das gläserne Parsdies': eine Ausstellung…die Tradition der Herstellung von gläserne Christbaumschmuck in der Art von Lauscha… Hamburg: Altonaer Museum, Norddeutsches Landesmuseum, 1996. 160 p.
Lightner, John I. Christmas rarities : a pictorial collection of rare antique German glass Christmas ornaments / by John I. Lightner. Elgin, IL : J. Lightner, 2007 (Thailand : Printguy Productions). 250 p.
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