Shiny Brite ornaments — good prices on reproductions at Home Goods and T.J. Maxx

shiny-brites-11Alert: Great prices on reproduction Shiny Brite and Kurt S. Adler ornaments — I found boxes galore at Home Goods while out and about last Friday. T.J. Maxx had them, too, in less abundance.

shiny-brites-10 The cool thing about these is that they look to be pretty authentic reproductions of vintage originals — but much easier to acquire, and depending on your local market, at less cost than oldies.

shiny-brites-3-2Start handling them by putting them on your tree, and they’ll be loaded with vintage patina soon enough. And/or: Use them right now to make ornament wreaths on their own or in combination with vintage.

shiny-brites-9Prices at Home Goods and T.J. Maxx ranged from $9.99 to $12.99 a box. I’m sure if you wait, they will go on sale. But, they could also be long gone before they reach that point. Ahem, I snapped up a buncha boxes, stat.

Over on Amazon, these cost a lot more — like, double-ish. Home Goods and T.J. Maxx (part of the same corporate family) must be getting overruns and selling them at reduced prices. In the name of research, I also stopped by store-cousin Marshalls, but they did not have any.

shiny-brites-5 shiny-brites-2-2There were actually quite a few varieties of shapes, sizes and colors. Colorways included red+green+silver, silver+gold, and hot pink+turquoise.

shiny-brites-1I also found one box of these pine cones — not Shiny Brite branded, but they will work well in wreaths. And the price was right — $10 for 12.


  1. Sharon says:

    Just to let Karin and other Canadians know that The Bay sells the Christopher Radko Shiny Brite ornaments – right now at half price!
    Still expensive but they have a good selection. My daughter bought me 2 boxes for Christmas last year.

  2. Karin says:

    Gosh, these beauties just put me into the spirit! So pretty! Now the BIG question…
    Can you get ’em in Canada? We want retro ornies too. I used up all my mum’s vintage stash on the ornament wreath. Thanks for posting.

  3. lisa in Seattle says:

    Sadly, I already have an overage of ornaments, but I saw some really cute vintage-ish glass ones in a surprising location: Grocery Outlet. If you want or need any, these were only about $3-4 for a package of 4.

  4. Laurie Louise says:

    Sweet! Not sure we’ll put up a tree this year among the dust and rubble, but I may have to stash these for Christmas Future! Thanks, Pam!

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