American Christmas ornament manufacturers pretty much stopped making many of their figural shapes during and just after World War II, opting instead to make and decorate simpler shapes that were easier to mass produce. These 1930s USA-made pine cone glass ornaments are an example of one type that did not survive into the 1940s. They are about 3-1/4 inches long, one red, the other blue. Other than a little light color wear to some of the points, they're both in excellent condition with no chips or breaks and silvering intact. The metal caps are marked Made in U.S. of A.