Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Ornaments with Hair

The little girl on the phone was always on the shelf in my bedroom, I think my grandmother gave it to me - I dug it out and brought it home with me a few years ago - that was it, had to start collecting more - the frenzy of that collection wore off but I still bring out a few at Christmas .  Most of them are Napco ornaments, made in Japan, they were a big hit in the 50's and 60's.  When I opened the box today, a couple of the girls had breakage and had to be glued - guess I better do a better packing job when I pack them back up!

They're cute, aren't they?

I'm linking up to Rednesday because I have lots of red items in my blog today -and there's lots more over there - check it out!

I'm also linking up to Vintage Thingie Thursday again this week.


  1. They're extremely cute!!

  2. I have been around awhile, but do not recall seeing these cuties. You have some real treasures.

  3. Oh, I just love the little one in the center with the skis. They are all so cute. What a fun collection.

  4. I've never seen anything like them before, and they are adorable!

  5. The little carolers are just the cutest!

    NO RED?

    Imagine a world without red
    For either a robin or sled:
    How drab it would be
    No scarlet to see,
    But only grey shading instead!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Red Oak Leaves

  6. So cute and so classic!!

  7. How cute! I think the first set were called pixies...I had some when I was very small from my big sis. How cute!

  8. Ahhh so cute!!

    Happy Rednesday and November!

    Kay Ellen

  9. What a cute collection. I can see why you love them.
    XO, Jeanne

  10. Thanks for all the nice comments - I guess these cuties were a hit with everybody!!

  11. These dolls are so cute!! Happy VTT!

    Jocelyn @

  12. Oh, I love them, they're so adorable! I can see why you collect them.

  13. Oh how I love those. I had a set of three like the dark green one in the second photo. I won them at my elementary schools fall festival when I was little. On the way home I dropped one and broke it all to pieces. I was sooo upset. My great uncle gathered all the piece and sort of hob cobbled them back together. He was my hero! Over the years I guess they got thrown away:(



  14. These are adorable!! Funny, I don't recall seeing any of these locally with hair, but I bet I pay attention now....these are sweet. Happy VTT