Monday, January 4, 2010

Radko Nativity Ornaments

Christopher Radko designs a wide array of beautiful high end Christmas tree ornament designs which he has produced in Poland. As a nativity enthusiast I am glad that he has several nativity ornament series. Here is one.

"The Nativity" has three groups of three figures. The "Heavenly Family" is dated 1996.

The Three Wise Men set is dated 1995 and has ribbon streamers on each figure ornament.

Last is an Angel with two Shepherds with sheep, "Shepherd's Prayer, Gloria," dated 1997.

As is typical of Radko’s designs, each figure is finished in bright colors in unusual combinations. The color blue appears in the garb of Mary, Baby Jesus and one of the Magi, the Angel’s wings.

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  1. Hi Carrie, you have a great collection of Radko ornaments.. I love all of priceless..thanks for sharing them with us ..

  2. Oh Carrie, you have so many wonderful nativities--even ornaments! Happy New Year and Happy Blue Monday.

  3. Beautiful ornaments - thanks for the little lesson. I've seen these around some and admired them. I have a special place in my heart for nativities too.

    Thanks for sharing.

  4. I have always loved the Radko ornaments. I think my biggest fear would be evr unfortunately breaking one! These are all beautiful! Hope you are having a great Blue Monday and Happy New Year! Sherri : )

  5. Great ornaments!:-)
    Wish you a Happy New Year!

  6. Good morning Carrie. I am still trying to get to my Blue Monday blogging friends. Thank you for your visit and sharing Radko's beautiful nativity ornaments. Gorgeous colors as is everything he does.

    Hugs, Jeanne

  7. I think aside from collecting pig figurines I guess I will start collecting nativity scene too since that scene is the reason for the season. Thanks for sharing!

    MYM/BM:Christmas gifts

  8. looks like something my grandmother had in her tree. Was very nice. :)