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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Lenox Personalized Ornaments

Lenox Personalized Ornament

“Welcome Baby” Lenox Personalized Ornament

This week I spoke with a member of the online marketing team for Lenox.com and learned more about the types of Lenox products sold online. I learned that giftware, collectibles, and jewelry are very popular items on Lenox.com. Also, I learned that Lenox makes personalized ornaments and found it very interesting how they make them.

In case you didn’t know, personalized Lenox ornaments make a beautiful addition to your Christmas tree and are very popular, especially during the October through December months. They are commonly given as baby and wedding gifts but they are also given to commemorate graduations and other special occasions.  I was also told that some businesses order Lenox personalized ornaments by the hundred as corporate gifts for clients and employees.

During our meeting I asked for more details about the process of making a Lenox personalized ornament. To better answer that question I was connected with another Lenox team member who sent me the following information regarding the personalization process for Lenox ornaments:

A personalized gift makes a personal gift, and this is especially true of Lenox personalized ornaments. Crafted of Lenox ivory fine china, these ornaments are designed to be personalized with the name of your choice.

What’s extremely interesting is the personalization process itself. Skilled workers here in the U.S. create a decal of the name — often in pure 24 karat gold — and apply it by hand to the ornament. Then the ornament is fired in a kiln so that the name becomes permanently affixed. And, by the way, personalization is always free at Lenox.com.

So there you have the scoop on Lenox personalized ornaments! While the ornament “blanks” are made overseas, I was pleased to hear that they are personalized in the United States. I also invite you to check out the assortment of Lenox personalized ornaments at Lenox.com.

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