Welcome to Handcrafted-Ornaments.com

The word handcrafted or handmade is fairly new. Before the industrial revolution, virtually everything was handcrafted, although crude tools were often used for “working” the materials. The term handcrafted is now used to distinguish between mass produced machine made items and artistic “hands on” articles like the ornaments offered here.

Shop by occasion….shop by country…shop by material. We have hundreds of handcrafted ornaments from diverse cultures and countries for you to choose from. The ornaments selected are designed and produced by artisans and crafters one at a time using a variety of skills and talents. Our search for unique handcrafted ornaments is an ongoing process and we hope that you will check back often as we add new ornaments to our catalog.

4 elephant ornaments Cute colorful baby stacker ornament Tiny yellow roses adorn three delightful ornaments by Margarita and Martha. Working with colorful ribbons that emulate handloomed textiles</td>
<td > they create a trio of cheerful bells. Hemp and cotton ornaments</td>
<td > 'Emerald Hmong Feast' (set of 4) (Thailand)
Animal Ornaments Baby Ornaments Christmas Ornaments Ethnic Ornaments
Margarita and Martha create a set of Christmas ornaments with all the color of the Andes. Two bells peal out good tidings to villagers in country cottages. A pair of spheres completes the set of six. http://www.handcrafted-ornaments.com/fair-trade-ornaments/ ornaments of ceramic and paints them with acrylics. Each of the six ornaments hangs from bright red ribbons</td>
<td > and the set arrives in a traditional cotton pouch woven on a pedal-loom This schoolhouse is hand-painted on the inside of the glass ball.
International Ornaments Fair Trade Ornaments Holiday Ornaments Occupation Ornaments
glass globe with painted angel Ornament of billiard balls in a triangle rack Ornaments honoring Yosemite National Park. Glass bell ornament with bride and groom
Religious Ornaments Sports Ornaments Travel Ornaments Wedding Ornaments
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    featured Ornament

    Cecilia Zapata designs these ceramic baubles, which are crafted and painted by hand.