Light is such an essential, joyous part of the holiday season, from the light that shines from our windows to create a spirit of warm welcome to the lights that twinkle from our Christmas trees. The transformative effects of holiday light are yours to enjoy in a fascinating new way with the Thomas Kinkade Light Up the Season Ornament Set, from The Bradford Exchange. This set of four glass ornaments incorporates miniature LED lights directly into the decorative golden cappers of each ornament that when switched on, highlight an abundance of gorgeous, artistic design features.

Hand-blown in classic teardrop shapes, each light-up holiday ornament in this set features a unique “crackle” pattern on the glass as well as gleaming finishes in the vibrant colors of red, gold, blue and green. Golden and silvery swirls of glitter, faceted simulated jewels and glittered snowflake and star patterns complement Thomas Kinkade’s four finest holiday scenes – Victorian Christmas I, Victorian Christmas II, A Holiday Gathering and Home for the Holidays. The built-in timer in each ornament turns it on automatically every night at the same time for 6 hours of enjoyment. Plus, all 4 ornaments arrive together in a custom-made collector’s keepsake box featuring Thomas Kinkade’s Victorian Christmas on the lid, framed in golden tracery.

About the Bradford Exchange

The Bradford Exchange is the premier source for a vast array of Thomas Kinkade unique collectibles and fine gifts that offer an exceptionally high level of artistry, innovation and enduring value. Founded in 1973 by J. Roderick MacArthur, The Bradford Exchange was at first known as a computerized trading center for limited-edition collector’s plates, an innovation that completely revolutionized the collectibles market of that era. Over the years, The Bradford Exchange has been recognized with more than 100 top-level industry awards for the artistry and innovation of collectible offerings and services. That level of expertise has evolved into an undisputed leadership position in the present-day collector marketplace.