Lenox is known for its collectibles (including the spice village, which went viral on TikTok last year), and this year’s holiday decor is no exception. From Lenox Christmas Village houses to Lenox Christmas ornaments, the holiday collection features a good mix of traditional and timeless with modern touches – all of which are bound to become collector’s items.
However, it doesn't stop with Christmas accents, because I've also found a few pieces of serveware that are perfect for Christmas parties and dinners, too. There's wine glasses for more adult gatherings and cookie jars for for keeping kids fed and happy.
After scouring the site, these are the Christmas decor picks I think are worth your time and money.
Lenox Christmas Collection
People couldn't get enough of Lenox's spice villages last year, with videos on TikTok racking up millions of views. However, those are old news; they all came out in the 80s and 90s, and while you can find an old spice village on eBay, they're pretty expensive. With Christmas round the corner, I think it's worth considering Lenox's more recent decor. There are some gems tucked away on the Lenox site, and while I'm not enamoured with everything, but I've caught a few pieces that are well worth considering for your holiday decor.
Was $120, now $59.95 at Lenox
These glasses are crying out for mulled wine at a holiday dinner party. Accented with 24k gold, they're even on sale, dropping half the cost to a much more reasonable $60.
Was $300, now $149.95 at Lenox
If you’re looking for holiday decor that is festive and functional, the Holiday Train 5-Piece Serving Set from Lenox is an absolute must. This ceramic train is designed to serve as a centerpiece for table decor and features a lidded compartment to store tablescape essentials, including napkins and utensils. In true Lenox form, the holiday train features lots of hidden details like mini salt and pepper shakers built into the design and an adorable Santa waving from the window.
Was $120, now $59.95 at Lenox
There's also half off this sweet cookie jar. Decorated with holly, it's the perfect place to store homemade cookies for a family movie night as the weather gets colder.
Was $380, now $189.95 at Lenox
With its whimsical design and miniature ornaments, the Lenox Twelve Days of Christmas Ornament and Tree Set is definitely collection-worthy. This ceramic ornament tree is constructed from high-quality porcelain and features 12 gorgeous matching ornaments, each of which represents the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Was $50, now $24.95 at Lenox
If you love vintage Santa mugs, you’ll adore this sweet Santa votive and tealight candle from Lenox. The candle holder is inspired by the classic Santa mug design and features a winking Santa with lots of gorgeous detailing, including iridescent white detail on Santa’s hat, gold holly berries, and rosy cheeks. It's just the right side of kitsch.
Was $80, now $39.95 at Lenox
Lenox knows a thing or two about collector’s items – especially when it comes to ornaments. This year’s Lenox Annual Ornament is designed with a classic ornamental shape and features gorgeous cut-out details with shimmering gold and silver accents.
Is Lenox worth anything?
Lenox figurines can be worth quite a lot of money. The most valuable sets are Nativity sets, which can sell for upwards of $700.
When should I buy Christmas decor?
The best time to buy Christmas decor is right now. Lots of collections have been launched so stock is good, and there's less of a rush if you get in early before Halloween and Thanksgiving. It's still pretty early, but it can really pay off to shop now.
I love these pieces, but Lenox are far from the only retailer offering Christmas decor. We've already covered plenty – there are choices everywhere from Anthropologie to IKEA. After digging though thousands of pieces, we even found some gold on Amazon, of all places.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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