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Old World Christmas Names New 2024 Ornament Releases

New licenses for ornaments include AC/DC, KFC and the Hollywood sign, among others.

License Global

January 11, 2024

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Hand-blown glass ornaments, Old World Christmas
Hand-blown glass ornamentsOld World Christmas

Old World Christmas, a Christmas ornaments company, has new multiple licensing partnerships for the creation of hand-blown glass ornaments. AC/DCElton John, The Rolling Stones, Kentucky Fried Chicken, the Hollywood Sign and the Hollywood Walk of Fame will each have a line of delicately hand-painted, hand-glittered ornaments created to capture the spirit of the brands to be released later this year.

“Our ornaments are conversation pieces that trigger memories that people want to capture each holiday season,” says Neal Applefeld, president, chief executive officer, Old World Christmas. “Broadening our licensing properties means that we can broaden those memories and help people tell their full story on their Christmas trees and throughout their homes in a wonderful way.”

Once released, all of the newly licensed ornaments will be available at Oldworldchristmas.com or in retail stores across the U.S.

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