Christmas Table Decorations: Artificial Plants (1939)

This ad is from Nerlich’s 1939 Holiday catalogue and it describes several decorations inspired by two Christmas plants – the poinsettias and holly.

Two Kinds Assorted. Two silver paper poinsettia blooms with red berry centres and two green leaves in frosted silver paper covered pot and ten silver paper holly leaves with red holly berries in frosted silver paper covered pot, height 6 inches. 2 doz. assorted in pkg.

Three Kinds Assorted. Four colored tinfoil paper poinsettia blooms on blown glass bead stems and three green leaves, holly tree in silver leaves with red berries, and four large blown glass silver balls with large silver paper leaves and silver paper covered stem all in frosted silver paper covered pots, average height 9 inches, 1 doz. assorted in pkg.

Three Kinds Assorted. Seven lown glass silver balls, with large silver paper leaves and stem, poinsettia plant in silver leaves and red berries and holly plant in silver leaves and red berries, all in frosted silver paper covered pots, height 10 inches, 1/2 doz. assorted in pkg.

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