Peruvian Ornaments Christmas(71 items)
Featured Reviews on Peruvian Ornaments Christmas
By D. M.
Well made and so colorful. Perfect for my Christmas tree, although now, one is on my computer and another 2 by my reading areas.... The wrapping they came in, was lovely, so they would be ready to give as gifts when I order again.
Hated to part with 2!
Darling owl ornaments! I kept one, and gave the other two as holiday gifts! Both recipients were delighted. Hanging on a Christmas tree is a perfect home for these well-made owls.
Bright and delightful
Great addition to the tree and they are not going to break if a toddler pulls on them. They are very bright and festive.
Margarita and Martha Handcrafted ornaments
"We'd like the whole world to visit Peru, and, of course, to enjoy our favorite handicrafts."
Popular Peruvian Ornaments Christmas
Hand Crocheted Wool Llama Ornaments (Set of 3), "Little Llamas"$39.99
Peruvian artisan Liliana Vargas manages a women's knitting workshop that produce these adorable llama ornaments, the symbolic animal of Peru. Each llama ornament is crocheted by hand with ivory wool yarns, and embellished with a multicolored striped woven blanket and jaunty tassels. The set of three ornaments arrives with crocheted crimson cords for hanging.
Dried Mate Gourd Owls Ornaments Wearing Hats (Set of 3), "Holiday Owls"$25.99
Wearing colorful caps with flowers on the end, three owls patiently await the holiday season. Peru's Margarita and Martha handcraft the sweet bird ornaments of dried mate gourds. The bird ornaments arrive nestled in a storage box.
Knit Mini Sweater Ornaments from Peru (Set of 6), "Christmas Comfort"$25.99
Hand knit in the same fashion as a full sized sweater, these six mini holiday sweaters are crafted by Peru's Leonora Martinez to bring a touch of warmth and wimsy to any decor. These ornaments evoke a feeling of comfort on Christmas Eve.
6 Handcrafted Christmas Dove Ceramic Messenger Ornaments, "Christmas Messengers"$23.99
Dainty doves in beautiful colors become Christmas ornaments by Zoila Davila. In colonial Peru, the birds represented freedom and carried messages from one place to another. Crafted by hand, each ornament features an opening that holds a tiny scroll. The translucent paper is blank, so they can carry your own message of the season.