Eric Cortina Blue and White Pagoda Ornament
Eric Cortina makes ornaments. They are sold at Barney’s and Bergdorf Goodman and a lot of other places, too.
There are quite a few in blue and white chinoiserie.
Every year there are more variations of the blue and white ginger jar ornaments. All of them are around 4.25″ high and 2″ wide.
You can order the new ones on Amazon. The retired ones show up on eBay. The toile pattern is painted or transferred on.
One of my favorites has the birds from Blue Willow in a little cage. They are made of glass and hand painted.
I just love the little blue and white pagodas.
Eric Cortina has been designing ornaments since 2003.
While he worked as Creative Director at Roger’s Gardens in Newport Beach, he designed his first original ornaments. He found a family owned glass factory in Poland to produce his designs.
He also has wooden toys and ornaments hand carved in the Philippines, then sent to his studio in Aliso Viejo, California to be painted and embellished.
In 2007 he added a line of metal home accent, memento boxes and wedding or other event remembrances.