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One of the most iconic Christmas decorations from nearly 50 years ago is making a major comeback. Yes, we're talking about ceramic Christmas trees, which you might recognize from your own childhood—especially if you grew up in the South.

The small decorative trinkets could be spotted on practically every mantle and coffee table during the month of December back in the 1970s. If you're not familiar, the delicate statues were made to look like ceramic versions of classic Christmas trees. They usually came in an elegant white or classic green color with twinkling lights wrapped around the faux branches and a traditional star on top.

Although the production of these festive decorations declined over the years, ceramic Christmas trees are officially back in style. And while, you may have to pay a pretty penny to get your hands on an original vintage piece, more modern versions (with more reasonable price tags) have been popping up on retailers like Amazon and Lenox.

Speaking of affordable prices, you can snag an Ivory Lighted Tree Figurine from Treasured Traditions at Lenox for 50 percent off right now. Originally $100, the white ceramic Christmas tree with 24-karat gold accents is currently marked down to just $50. Its colorful string lights shine bright with the help of a few AA batteries and will create a magical display inside your home for the holidays.

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Buy It: $50 (orig. $100); lenox.com

At 11 inches tall, the hand-painted ivory porcelain statue would look lovely on its own or coupled with other decorative pieces that are also on sale—like this village pub figurine ($70; lenox.com) and this ceramic snowman ($30; lenox.com).

According to the reviews, the ceramic Christmas tree is a high-quality, well-made decoration that makes a great holiday gift. "This is a classic! I bought it for my daughter-in-law [and] she loves it," one shopper wrote. Another called the tree "simply beautiful," and noted that it was well worth the price they paid for it.

WATCH: How Ceramic Trees Became Popular In The First Place – and Why We're Still Nostalgic for Them

If you're ready to start stocking up on holiday decorations, now's the perfect time to snag a nostalgic ceramic Christmas tree to display in your home while it's still half off. Hurry, this sale price won't last for long.

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