In 1984, Christopher Radko's family Christmas tree fell over and, according to him, destroyed almost 2000 hand blown glass ornaments. Soon after, he went to visit family in Poland and an uncle offered to start blowing ornaments for hi. Well, the rest is history. Christopher Radio ornaments are now known and collected all over the world. In 1993, he decided to put out an annual ornament to celebrate the 12 days of Christmas. 5000 of the Partridge in a Pear Tree were produced and were quickly snatched up by collectors. The following year's ornament, Two Turtle Doves, was made 10,000 times. In neither of the first two years were boxes made for the ornaments, but they were for the next ten year, finishing in 2004. This complete set, in nearly perfect condition, has all of the original tags and boxes for years 3-12.