For 30 years, Christopher Radko has been bringing holiday joy into homes across America as the premiere manufacturer of hand-crafted European glass ornaments.
Today, Christopher Radko's Fine European Glass collection is a showcase for the vibrant colors, exceptional quality and matchless details that have been the hallmarks of Christopher Radko ornaments since 1985. Growing to encompass several additional lines of holiday décor, including the impressive Home for the Holidays line the Christopher Radko Company uses table top items and trim to captivate every member of your home.
The mix of spectacular colors and unique shapes are perfect for adding shine to your holiday while reminiscing over your childhood holiday memories.
Below is a small sample of our Christopher Radko products. Visit our store to see much, much more!
Care and Storage
The talented artisans who create Christopher Radko fine glass ornaments take great pride in creating these works of heart. Though each Christopher Radko tempered-glass ornament is noticeably strong and solid to the touch, they are unfortunately not unbreakable. Your ornaments need to be carefully maintained to ensure their lasting beauty. Here are some tips for keeping your treasures safe and sound:
Do not clean your ornaments with water, glass cleaner, detergents or other chemical solutions. The paint or lacquer used on all Christopher Radko ornaments is water based, and the finishes are delicate. Instead, just dust off your ornaments with a basic feather duster or clean cotton cloth. A gentle touch will go a long way toward making sure your ornaments are enjoyed by you and your loved ones for decades to come.
Unstable environments can cause stress fractures in your ornaments over time. Protect your collection from the extreme temperature changes and humid conditions often present in unheated, non-insulated areas like basements or attics and never store ornaments in direct sunlight, which can cause delicate pigments to fade. Instead, keep your ornaments in a main-floor closet or some other temperature-controlled place. Wrap your fine collectibles in acid-free tissue, high-quality paper towels or cotton batting and store them in sturdy plastic containers or cardboard boxes with secure tops.