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19.09.2014
Let the soft shimmer of light lead you to a place where love glows warmly from within, where hearts are always gladdened with holiday festivities, and where you are always welcome! This breathtaking Thomas Kinkade animated holiday tree takes you to a place wrapped snugly in the comforts of a cozy illuminated village, fully dimensional, meticulously hand-painted with a train circling the base and set within the radiant beauty of a sculpted crystal Christmas tree!
This unique Christmas home decor is filled with fascinating details, all inspired by the artistry of Thomas Kinkade. The collectible crystal Christmas tree is hand-cut with diamond-pattern facets, and there’s even an opulent tree topper with nearly 60 simulated gems and silver plating.
What would Christmas be without the twinkle of tiny bulbs adorning homes and Christmas trees and pretty much any other freestanding object? Before electric Christmas lights, families would use candles to light up their Christmas trees – a dangerous practice that often led to home fires.


It lights up from within, and will bring a festive mood to your home as a miniature train rolls around the base and a medley of Christmas songs makes the festivities complete.
A little friendly competition between neighbors is marked by who gets their lights up first and has the best display. His other names from around the world include Father Christmas, Pere Noel, Papa Noel, Babbo Natale, Sinterklaas, Christkind and Weihnachtsmann.
By the 1920s, Albert and his brothers organized the National Outfit Manufacturers Association (NOMA), later becoming NOMA Electric Co., which cornered the Christmas light market until the 1960s.
As the creator of the first successful practical light bulb, it makes sense that the wizard of Menlo Park also created the very first strand of electric lights. During the Christmas season of 1880, these strands were strung around the outside of his laboratory.


However, it would take almost 40 years for electric Christmas lights to become the tradition that we all know and love. At the time, there was a great mistrust of electricity, and stringed lights were usually reserved for the wealth and electrically savvy.



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