An object that is
collected by fanciers; especially one other than
such traditionally collectible items such as art, stamps, coins, and
Below is a sampling of the
Collectible items we carry.
Please call or email us if youíre looking for a specific
manufacturer and/or item not shown here, and we will be happy to
assist you. Customization is available on some items.
Most items are available through our special order
Since 1796, this rich tradition has been kept alive
by the family of Wilhelm Schweizer. Each piece is truly a handmade
item, as every one is cast individually from molds carefully
engraved in slabs of slate. The accuracy and intricacy of the
finished pieces are testimony of the pewter casterís art and skill.
Selection ranges from Christmas ornaments to Easter decorations,
from standing Folklore, Santa, and Angel Figures to pictures for
walls and windows, all designed with the same loving care and
respect for heritage and tradition. This exclusive pewter
collection is increased annually with carefully selected additional
pieces. All pieces are offered painted and unpainted. Please
click here to view more rich pewter traditions from Alexander
Joy To The World creates the most unique collection of ornaments
available today. They now offer seven very distinct collections,
each with its own appeal, possessing one important detail...each is
designed with the utmost attention to quality and detail.
Their Pet Set Collection now offers more than 200 breeds of dogs and
cats. Joy to the World, some of the most unique ornaments ever made,
each Designed to Make A Difference.
One-of-a-kind pieces, enchanted with the subtleties of nature, itís
nuances ~ itís changes ~ sensitive in particular to the uniqueness
of each flower, every stamen, every pistil, each and every leaf.
to view more RiCreations.
of the most evocative themes of Christmas are children and snow.
And, since you can never have too much of a good thing during the
holiday season, the combination of these two images is simply
Elaine Roesle started her career in 1972 creating antique porcelain
doll reproductions. Her Snow Children came to life in 1990, from
which evolved charming limited edition figurines. Each
piece is designed and created by hand, one piece at a time, by
Elaine and her daughter at her in-home studio in Clayton, Ohio.
Each treasure is cast in
earthenware, fired, hand-painted, and then dressed and adorned with the finest sparkles to looking
like freshly fallen snow. Authenticity of Elaineís
signature appears on these collectible pieces. Elaine Roesleís
Snow Children are just what Santa might conjure up in his North Pole