Some spun-sugar candy Christmas ornaments being sold at the Christmas market in Zürich.
Have a great weekend! I'll be off exploring more Christmas markets over the weekend.
13 December, 2008 - 18:15
I would have thought spun-sugar ornaments would look like cotton or clouds, instead of like glass, like hard candy. Maybe it's a language difference.
15 December, 2008 - 01:58
Hmm, I thought I read somewhere sometime that the transparent, glassy candy was called spun sugar. (The cotton kind is cotton candy in the US and candy floss in the UK I think) Anyway, it's that transparent candy!
13 December, 2008 - 18:22
Those are made of sugar? They look like stained glass - so beautiful! And the colors are great!
14 December, 2008 - 16:34
Hope you're enjoying the weekend tour of Christmas markets. I was at Zurich's train station, and the market there is fantastic - just enormous. The 50 foot Swarovski tree is certainly a highlight - gorgeous and mind blowing how many crystals are on it! (the crepes were another highlight :)
15 December, 2008 - 02:00
I agree, that Swarovski tree is just amazing. I bet they are doing a booming business in those crystal ornaments at the stall right there.
15 December, 2008 - 01:51
Looks more like the "stained glass candy" for which many recipes are online, e.g.:
The only time I ever saw any was as stained-glass windows in a big gingerbread house. Tea candle inside. Looked very nice.
18 December, 2008 - 15:22
Mainland European Christmas always looks much more magical than British Christmas.
26 November, 2013 - 07:55
We used to decorate our houses during Christmas days with several Christmas ornaments! I liked the spun-sugar candy Christmas ornaments and interested to purchase some! Is it available online? If yes, mention the online web store details in the future posts!read more here
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