Original retail: $30.00
Designer: Anita Marra Rogers
Material: Blown glass
Box Text: More than a century ago, in hte days when Christmas trees were lighted with real candles for brief, magical moments, European craftsmen began producing beautiful ornaments of blown glass. TheseThese treasures, called kugels, were known affectionately as “tree jewelry”.
Today teh artisry of hand-blown glass ornaments is being rediscovered and given new importance at the holiday season. Whether you display these lovely treasures on your tree or mantel or feature them in a centerpiece, you and your guests will enjoytheir elegance, shimmering beauty, and brilliant colors. Each ornament has been individually hand-blown and meticulously painted by hand.
The Hallmark Crown Reflections Collection…celebrating a time-honored art form that becomes even more precious as our world looks forward to teh drawing of a new century.
Inspired by Worf-The legendaryKlingon who serves as Strategic Operations Officer on STAR TREK Deep Space Nine
Worf, the first Klingon to serve as a Starfleet officer, served as a Lieutenant on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and quickly climbed through the ranks to become a Lieutenant Commander, as the Operations Officer on Deep Space Nine, under the command of Captain Benjamin Sisko. Born on the Klingon Homeworld, the eldest son of Mogh, Worf was raised by humans because his family was killed at the Battle of Kittamer when the Romulans destroyed the Klingon outpost because they were betrayed by the Duras family. After accepting discommendation, Worf eventually regained the honor of his family by killing Duras with his Bat’leth – the same weapon his father once used, as featured in this Star Trek Hallmark Ornament. Worf, like most Klingons, values of honor and loyalty above all else, as demonstrated by his most famous quote from Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he said: “If winning is not important, then why keep score?” … spoken like a TRUE Klingon
Size: 2 1/2″ H
Artist: Anita Marra Rogers