The typical feature of beaded ornaments is their sheer variety. There is no limit to imagination; almost anything can be strung on a thin wire. Since the beginnings and even today the ornaments have reflected technological progress – beaded airplanes, locomotives, canons, bikes, motorbikes, prams, and airships were produced. Later, purely Christmas motifs were added – little stars, angels, and spikes. Animals and figures form a large group including little spiders, cancers, butterflies, dragonflies, and turtles. When producing, people often drew their inspiration also from usual objects creating little baskets, jugs, rolling pins, graters, and chandeliers. Many ornaments do not have any concrete pattern; these are called “imagination”.