These six silvered blown glass Christmas ornaments are quite uncommon and hard to find today. They were made briefly in the mid to late 1930s, probably by Premier Glass Works. It wasn't long before the American companies realized their blown ornaments were not only expensive to produce but the quality, appearance, and price of European ornaments would not be easily matched, so blown ornament production was discontinued in this country by the start of World War II.
The fat teardrop shape ornaments are 3-1/2 to 4 inches high. Each is a different color, and each is decorated with a hand painted poinsettia flower. The finishes and silvering of the old Premier ornaments usually held up very well over the years, and these are no exception. All are in excellent condition with very little if any paint or finish wear. The metal caps are marked Made In U.S. of A. (the word "of" was dropped from the caps after the war).