The first decorated trees adorned with apples, white candy, and cakes in the shape of stars, hearts and flowers. Glass ornaments first made in Lauscha in Germany, Hans Greiner (1550 – 1609), who produced garlands of pearls of glass and Tin figures that could be hung in the trees. Increased the popularity of these decorations and the production of glass figures made by craftsmen highly skilled clay molds.
The artisans heated glass with a tube called and then a clay mold tube, heat the glass to the shape of the blow molding. The original ornaments were only in the form of fruits and nuts.
After cooled Crystal, a solution of silver nitrate was round inside it, a technical audience developed in 1850 by Justus von Liebig. After the dry nitrate solution, the ornament was hand painted and covered with a hat and a hook.