1970s Uniquely Handmade Christmas Lamp - Retell Seller

Christmas Lighting & Decor

I am not the typical Christmas lover. I don’t necessarily celebrate every year. I certainly do not decorate every year and our families have gradually shifted to not exchanging gifts like we used to. I’m absolutely fine with that because it is not the presents that should matter.

On the other hand, when I am in the mood. I am IN THE MOOD. I don’t know if it’s because 2020 was such an odd year but, I’m looking forward to whatever kind of celebration Christmas ends up being.

This is usually what our little fake Christmas tree looks like. Our house is small and we just don’t have the room for a real, big tree. Oh how I wish we could get a real and big tree.

I think what I’ve always disliked about Christmas, especially as I got older, was the fact that buying new things was encouraged and expected. As a person who has almost always thrifted for the things I wanted or needed, I do not understand buying all things new. Toothbrush? Sure. Underwear? Most definitely. There’s so much though that do not need to be brand spanking new.

We usually try to make things for our nieces and nephews for Christmas because we want them to know how much we enjoy not only making things but, making things FOR them. We’ve given them things that were once ours because #1, we knew they’d like it, and #2, why buy new?

I made this for my nephew a couple of years ago when he was 1 or maybe even before. No way did he need new plastic toy. I completely understand those gifts are easy but, I wanted to make him something. It’s not like this looks great but, he never complained about it ๐Ÿ˜‰ In fact, just last year my sister in law sent me a picture of him playing with it and saying the shapes. It was so darn cute.

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Let’s see what Christmas decor I have in store…

Tall Slender Angel Table Lamp

This is only listed on Ebay because I’m unsure of the year it was made.

  • A white lamp of a slender praying Angel.
  • No chips or cracks.
  • It comes with a small bulb and the cord has an in-switch.
  • The plug is polarized.
  • With any lamp, especially antique or vintage conditions, please check all electrical components & connections prior to use.

Measurements are approximates only:

  • Weighs 1 lb. 8.8 oz.
  • 12โ€ tall
  • 5 1/2โ€ wide
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SOLD! 1980 Handmade Ornament Shaped Christmas Lamp with Music Box

  • A vintage handmade? ceramic? table lamp shaped similar to a Christmas ornament or Christmas wreath.
  • The top has a loop but, it was broken and you can see a crack where it was fixed.
  • At the bottom, there is a music box that plays “Little Town of Bethlehem”.
    • The music box does play a little off/slow
    • The box does not fit snuggly when the wind pin is inserted through a hole in the bottom. It moves around. There are signs it was glued down at one point.
  • There is wording engraved on the bottom that was difficult to photograph and read but, appears to say, “From Dixie Spike? 1980”
  • There’s 2 holes in the bottom, 1 for the music box, not sure what the other is for
  • Lots of scratching and crazing.
  • Small nicks in spots
  • Glue residue
  • In-line switch
  • Takes a small candelabra style bulb
  • Would not place anything inside the ornament if bulb gets hot
  • Bulb will be included. Not sure how long it will last.
  • Non polarized plug
  • May want to rewire
  • With any lamp, especially antique or vintage conditions, please check all electrical components & connections prior to use.
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11″ Tall Christmas Tree Plasterware?

  • An 11″ tall plaster? Christmas tree in a lighter or pastel green color with white. 
  • The base is white with gold. 
  • No chips or cracks.

Measurements are approximates only:

  • 11″ tall
  • 6 1/4″ wide
  • Weighs 2 lbs. 14 oz.
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4 Christmas American Atelier 8″ Salad/Dinner Plates

I also have some mugs and smaller plates by this maker in my stores.

  • A set of 4 Christmas Dinner Plates
  • American Atelier by Suzanne Evans
  • Numbered 3398
  • Indonesia

Measures approximately:

  • 8″ wide
  • Weighs 11 oz. each plate


  • Scratching from use
  • A small chip by the gold trim on 1 plate.
4 Christmas American Atelier 8" Salad/Dinner Plates - Retell Seller

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P.S. I don’t know if you like DIYs but, if so, here are some old Christmas DIYs I did back when I had another blog. I know weird but, I still like doing DIYs, I just don’t blog about them anymore. Maybe one day….

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