If you have read my blog for any amount of time you know that I seek out vintage Christmas. Often tucked in the boxes or bins that I find are old boxes of Christmas ornament hooks. The boxes have great graphics, and I always tuck the boxes away...I have quite a collection of them now!
It always baffles me how a simple item like an ornament hook can have such a variety of manufacturers.
It makes sense that Shiny Brite would get on with the hook action.
Same size box. Different quantities. They must have figured out how to stuff an additional 25 in.
Santa Land hooks. I like the striped box the best.
This box is marked made in Italy and features a different style in plastic. Another box from a foreign land. I believe this one is Dutch? The hook is also a different shape.
A couple more modern boxes
So many of these old boxes featured a price of 10 cents.
The wire used in the old hangers was also often much heavier than what is used today in hooks.
Long size and standard size. Have you learned a few new things with this post?
Another one of those collections that surprised me with how many I had and the variety.