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Toys & Folk Art Ornament Collection

Toy Shoppe Ornament

Toys, in endless varieties, were used to decorate Christmas trees in the 19th Century. And so our ornaments, inspired by toys from Christmases past, were created and signed by Artist Barbie Sonnett to carry the 19th century into the 21st century.

An abundance of miniatures was carved by 19th-century craftsmen including Noah's Ark with paired birds and beasts. These were called "Sabbath" or "Sunday toys" brought out on Sunday to teach moral or religious themes and are part of our toy collection.

Many of our toy ornaments fall into the folk art category. In addition to toys, four other examples of folk art are included.

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Bunny with Wheel

Bunny with Wheel
The Bunny with Wheel portrays an old push toy for children.

Angel Weathervane

Angel Weathervane
The Angel Weathervane is adapted from a 19th century weathervane depicting “fame”.

Noah's Ark

Noah's Ark
Noah's Ark is an original design with creative details including a heart between two lovebirds in the cupola, an eagle figurehead at the prow, and cutout palladian-style windows in the ark.

Jack Russell in the Box

Jack Russell in the Box
The Jack Russell in the Box is a creative interpretation of an American toy from the early 1800s.

Miss Liberty

Miss Liberty
Miss Liberty was created by Janelle Kuhn in 2000 to celebrate the turn of the century.

Two by Two Reindeer

Two by Two Reindeer
Two by Two Reindeer are standing proudly on their platform, with whimsical eyes and mouth.


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