Deck the Halls

Here at Kentuck, our Christmas trees are full of wonderfully handmade ornaments, our wreath is on the door, and Christmas music is on repeat; which means it's time for holiday cheer and décor! We have unique items for your walls, trees, and mantles.


Glass Ornaments by Chris McCarthy

These blown glass ornaments are a stunning addition to any tree! Click on a picture to see all options available in that particular style.


Alabama Ornaments by Susan Allen

Bring a lovingly crafted reminder about Sweet Home Alabama to your holiday trimmings!


Ceramic Santas by Kathy McPhearson

Locally made, these Santas would look fantastic on your mantle this holiday season. Options for Folk Art Lovers and traditionalists alike!


Monster Ornaments by Prometheus Glass

Add a little funk to your tree! These monsters are 100% friendly and a great conversation piece. (Bonus: the eyeballs glow in the dark)


Ceramic Ornaments by Carol Lammon

These ceramic ornaments are made in Tuscaloosa, Alabama by Red Dog Potter Carol Lammon!

Be sure to check out her Christmas Tree and Leaf ornaments as well!


Mint Tin Ornaments by Veronique Vanblaere

We are obsessed with these unique assemblage ornaments from Birmingham. Choose your favorite before it's gone!


Polymer Clay Ornaments by Layl McDill

Need some color for your tree? Look no further! These polymer clay ornaments come in a variety of animals, and no two are alike.

See all of Layl's Products here!


Rusty Ornament

Show some Kentuck love!


Santa Paintings by Rik Long

Add some Christmas cheer to your walls!


Singin' O Ornaments by Nelson Studio

These ornaments are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face each time you see them!


Churches by Andrew McCall

Available in several different sizes, these elegant churches are made from reclaimed wood and tin.

Egg Ornaments by Orbix Hot Glass

A stunning choice by an Alabama icon!


Flying Ice Skates by Penny McCallister

These cuties are sure to be an adorable addition to your ornament collection!


Locally Made Soy Candles by Yellowhammer Candle Co

Why not take your holiday décor the extra mile by adding in a locally made candle? Guests will just know it's time to celebrate when they get a whiff of these!


We hope that these decorations bring you and your loved ones cheer this holiday season! Remember, when you shop Kentuck in-store or online, you aren’t only getting a one-of-a-kind piece of art, you're also financially supporting living artists and keeping the Kentuck experience alive. Thank you!


Shop online: https://www.kentuck.org/shop


Shop in person:

503 Main Avenue, Northport, AL,

Monday-Friday 9:30-5:30 and Saturday & Sunday 12-4

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Kentuck Art Center and Festival was established in 1971. Kentuck's mission is to perpetuate the arts, engage the community, and empower the artist. The Kentuck Festival of the Arts is held annually in October, and during that weekend, makes a $5.5 million economic impact on its community.

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