Candy Containers

catcandycon.jpgWe have a special fondness for candy containers.  Candy containers of all shapes and sizes were hung on trees by middle-class Victorian families and little treats were tucked inside of them on Christmas Eve for children to find in the morning. Some were home-made by the families themselves; many were made in Germany and later in Japan and America by cleverly incorporating their designs onto paper cones,  chocolate boxes, match boxes and other molded cardboard three-dimensional shapes like the foil egg shown here.  

Each ornament is designed with antique and early vintage materials from scratch as a brand new creation, and is hand-signed by artists Gail or Glenn Giaimo.

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