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Complete with tiny macarons, Fortnum & Mason’s cake stand is pure Britannia.
Part of John Lewis & Partners’ Christmas Emerald theme, this guy will brighten up any room.
You and your tree can rock Bowie’s iconic flash thanks to the talented people at My World.
Got a well-travelled pal? This blown-glass bauble is the perfect gift for Secret Santa.
Adding whimsical charm to the proceedings, meet Meri Meri’s toy soldier felt rabbit.
For a touch of grown-up glamour, go for this understated star in navy glitter from kikki.K.
Channelling Seventies chic, this bauble holds travel-sized Crabtree & Evelyn treats.
Got a sweet tooth? Sass & Belle’s glittery baubles were made for you.
Tone it down
Just imagine a tree with nothing but tassel pom poms! Sorry, we got over-excited…
The National Gallery was thinking inside the box with this succulent bauble.
Handmade by artisans in Delhi, add this colourful elephant to the line-up for extra cheer.
Disney’s Mickey Mouse silhouette bauble is simple yet instantly recognisable.
Possibly our favourite decoration of 2018 – how great is this little wool yeti?
Put the literal cherry on top of your tree with Cody Foster’s beautiful glass ornaments.
Add a touch of Georgian chic with the National Portrait Gallery’s winning design.
Waitrose & Partners’ multicoloured sequin affair will pop against the greenery.
Under the sea
Grab this beaded octopus and you’ve got this year’s marine trend covered.
This fabric decoration features the famous suffragette motto.
Add an Eighties vibe to more than just your wardrobe with this tiny festive boombox.
Red nose day
Lick The Spoon’s handmade chocolate reindeer is (almost) too good to eat.
You know what your Christmas tree is missing? A rainbow ice lolly bauble.
Spell it out
Show some love and spread some sparkle with Liberty’s pop art red cloud.
For the kitsch, feast your eyes on a hand-painted banana split from the National Theatre.
This glitter UFO from Harrods – complete with rainbow rays – is a sci-fi lover’s dream.
Add some Scandi cool with a set of Ikea’s quirky fabric toadstools.
Habitat adds a touch of bonkers to the branches with this show-stopping bauble.
This pineapple with ear muffs by designer Fiona Walker somehow manages to feel festive.
Move over llamas, the piñatas are coming for your spot this Christmas.
These baubles are made at one of two glassblowing factories left in Hebron, Palestine.
Felt So Good’s bees are the work of a skilled female taskforce in the Himalayas.
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