Gisela Graham Christmas Baubles
Gisela Graham is known for the quality of her seasonal decorations, so it is always exciting when Christmas comes round to see what magic she has to offer. This year, she certainly does not disappoint in this elegant and exciting collection of baubles. The bauble is a classic Christmas decoration. The Christmas tree would not be what it is without some baubles! To pick up some new inspiration for your Christmas tree decorations this year, take a look at our range of fresh Gisela Graham designs.
Finely crafted Gisela Graham Christmas tree baubles
Some of the Gisela Graham's Christmas baubles available have intricate festive scenes displayed around their outside. These are like beautiful miniature pieces of art. We are just as impressed by those which are just about the pure colour and its relationship to texture. You will be able to pick up baubles which shimmer with gold, which shine with deep red, and which offer a deep blue, the like of which you would associate with the most beautiful of clear winter nights.
Christmas baubles collections
You will be able to pick up single baubles to add to your Christmas tree decorations. But you can also pick up some collections of baubles which will give you the foundation for your complete Christmas tree decorations. Intricately designed and full of the joys of the season, these Gisela Graham baubles will bring something special to your festive decor this year.
Classic bauble designs
The bauble is synonymous with Christmas. Baubles first came about in the middle of the 1800s in Germany. Queen Victoria was quite taken with their design, and so she brought them from Germany into Britain in the mid to late 1800s. At first, these precious glass decorations were only really for the very wealthy. But soon there were many alternatives hitting the market which made them more affordable and therefore accessible for people in general. We are glad that the tradition continues as one of the core elements of festive decorations. Gisela Graham in particular shows that those traditional Christmas colours of red, gold, white and deep blue are all still very much part of the modern-day bauble.