W ell, you either love 'em or you hate 'em! There seems to be no in-between for those icons of the s- the wonderfully glitzy aluminum Christmas trees! Here's the lowdown on these trees that so many people love to hate
Here is our seven foot, branch aluminum Christmas tree decorated with vintage pink mercury glass ornaments. See the video here. Hi Averyl!
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At AluminumChristmasTrees. Here you will find classic, original aluminum Christmas treescolor wheels, and rotating tree turner stands from the Space Age. You will see trees from such companies as Evergleam, Revlis, Warren, Silver Pine, and Krystal, and color wheels and tree turners from such companies as Spartus, Penetray and Holly Time. You may find these items for sale in our store.
I got out the 's aluminum tree that my parent's had again today. Can you believe my mom was going to throw it out? I'm glad I caught her before she did that.
Emma wants you to get the most out of your holidays all throughout the year and loves to help you come up with new holiday traditions. I tend to be a little obsessed with design trends of the 60s and early 70s and one of my favorite motifs from this era is the aluminum Christmas tree featuring delicate branches made of shiny tinsel. These vintage Christmas trees are a gorgeous and sparkly symbol of the space age.
An aluminum Christmas tree is a type of artificial Christmas tree that was popular in the United States from until about the mids. As its name suggests, the tree is made of aluminumfeaturing foil needles and illumination from below via a rotating color wheel. The aluminum Christmas tree was used as symbol of the commercialization of Christmas in the highly acclaimed and successful television specialA Charlie Brown Christmaswhich discredited its suitability as holiday decoration.
Old vintage aluminum Christmas trees have suffered years of exile in attics and basements- IF they survived at all. But they've made quite a comeback in recent years. I never thought I would see the day. Collectors, "fad seekers", particularly baby boomers stricken with a longing for a retro-Christmas, are purchasing these glitzy trees at prices that would have been laughable years ago.
Golly, do we love our aluminum Christmas trees! Please note, my list only includes real aluminum trees — not tinsel ones or ones made from plastic with some sort of tinsel coating. This seems to be the best place online to find new reproduction aluminum Christmas trees.