Czech Rhinestone Christmas Tree Vintage Ornament, Tabletop Decoration

$53.39 $88.99

You save $35.60 (40%)

Rare find — there's only 1 of these in stock.

Item details

Vintage from the 1970s

Materials

Rhinestones, Glass Stones, Crystals, Prong set stones

Rhinestone tabletop rhinestone Christmas tree, best quality Czech faceted prong set glass stones and rhinestones with brilliant spark, all the stones are original and present. This elegant tree was hand crafted in Czechoslovakia. A nice example of Czech artisan craft, not fully plated on the back. Great condition. 💙
PLEASE NOTE: The production of these trees didn't start before late 1960's and since the backs are not plated (unfinished) they are not signed. If you see an unfinished signed tree, it's a fake.


SIZE: 8" tall / 20 cm
👉The production of these trees did not start before late 1960 not in the 1940s as some sellers wrongly claim.

Offers considered.
Buy with confidence. I have been a member of the Etsy community for years with positive feedback. Please see my other vintage trees and jewelry items from Czechoslovakia: https://www.etsy.com/shop/juvelovintage

I will combine multiple purchases and reduce shipping
costs to minimum.

Transit times from Germany in to:
Europe, UK c. 5 workdays
USA, Canada c. 7 - 10 workdays
Australia, Asia c. 10 - 14 workdays

In peak periods (i.e. Christmas, Easter) it takes longer.
Item will be shipped priority mail with a tracking number.


FAKE DESIGNS ALERT
Signatures 'Husár D', Taboo or BIJOUX MG are not old Czech traditional designer names or marks, as some sellers wrongly claim. These pieces are not vintage, but recently made in vintage look.
Offering Husár D or Taboo as vintage is a deception. Mr. David Husár (45) currently living in Jablonec Czech Republic, manufacturing and selling rhinestone and glass jewelry.
👉No jewelry designer would attach his name on an unfinished (soldered) piece! Don't buy antique or vintage Czech vintage Costume Jewelry without seeing a detailed photo of the back. Unfinished and signed = FAKE!

Offering Aurora Borealis jewelry from the 1920s is misleading. Aurora Borealis is an iridescent rhinestone finish developed by Swarovski in 1955. These rhinestones were widely used in costume jewelry in the 1960s.

A bit history of Rhinestones:
Gablonz, a city in Bohemia, Czech Republic (former Czechoslovakia)
is the cradle of costume jewelry. The first artificial jewelry was
produced in 18th century in Gablonz and was exported throughout
Europe. Already in 1820 Gablonz makers exported more than 2½ bilion
cut glass beads and rhinestones in a year worldwide. Beginning 1830's
Gablonz craftsmen began making lines of fashion jewelry thousands
tons of glass components and rhinestones were exported into the
whole world, especially to the USA.
In 1918 the Czechs and Slovaks became united, were freed from the
rule of Austria and Hungary and the land was called Czechoslovakia.
Prior to World War I, the jewelry from this area was called Bohemian
and mostly not marked. After WW I (1918) the jewelry was marked
with Czecho, Czecho-Slovakia, Czechoslovakia or Made in Czechoslovakia.
👉 All these pieces are plated on the back, NOT heavily soldered,
as some sellers absolutely wrongly claim.


Source:
Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Museum
of Glass and Jewelery in Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic.
Rhinestone tabletop rhinestone Christmas tree, best quality Czech faceted prong set glass stones and rhinestones with brilliant spark, all the stones are original and present. This elegant tree was hand crafted in Czechoslovakia. A nice example of Czech artisan craft, not fully plated on the back. Great condition. 💙
PLEASE NOTE: The production of these trees didn't start before late 1960's and since the backs are not plated (unfinished) they are not signed. If you see an unfinished signed tree, it's a fake.


SIZE: 8" tall / 20 cm
👉The production of these trees did not start before late 1960 not in the 1940s as some sellers wrongly claim.

Offers considered.
Buy with confidence. I have been a member of the Etsy community for years with positive feedback. Please see my other vintage trees and jewelry items from Czechoslovakia: https://www.etsy.com/shop/juvelovintage

I will combine multiple purchases and reduce shipping
costs to minimum.

Transit times from Germany in to:
Europe, UK c. 5 workdays
USA, Canada c. 7 - 10 workdays
Australia, Asia c. 10 - 14 workdays

In peak periods (i.e. Christmas, Easter) it takes longer.
Item will be shipped priority mail with a tracking number.


FAKE DESIGNS ALERT
Signatures 'Husár D', Taboo or BIJOUX MG are not old Czech traditional designer names or marks, as some sellers wrongly claim. These pieces are not vintage, but recently made in vintage look.
Offering Husár D or Taboo as vintage is a deception. Mr. David Husár (45) currently living in Jablonec Czech Republic, manufacturing and selling rhinestone and glass jewelry.
👉No jewelry designer would attach his name on an unfinished (soldered) piece! Don't buy antique or vintage Czech vintage Costume Jewelry without seeing a detailed photo of the back. Unfinished and signed = FAKE!

Offering Aurora Borealis jewelry from the 1920s is misleading. Aurora Borealis is an iridescent rhinestone finish developed by Swarovski in 1955. These rhinestones were widely used in costume jewelry in the 1960s.

A bit history of Rhinestones:
Gablonz, a city in Bohemia, Czech Republic (former Czechoslovakia)
is the cradle of costume jewelry. The first artificial jewelry was
produced in 18th century in Gablonz and was exported throughout
Europe. Already in 1820 Gablonz makers exported more than 2½ bilion
cut glass beads and rhinestones in a year worldwide. Beginning 1830's
Gablonz craftsmen began making lines of fashion jewelry thousands
tons of glass components and rhinestones were exported into the
whole world, especially to the USA.
In 1918 the Czechs and Slovaks became united, were freed from the
rule of Austria and Hungary and the land was called Czechoslovakia.
Prior to World War I, the jewelry from this area was called Bohemian
and mostly not marked. After WW I (1918) the jewelry was marked
with Czecho, Czecho-Slovakia, Czechoslovakia or Made in Czechoslovakia.
👉 All these pieces are plated on the back, NOT heavily soldered,
as some sellers absolutely wrongly claim.


Source:
Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic in cooperation with the Museum
of Glass and Jewelery in Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic.

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