what did snow globes used to be called
(Snow Globe) also translated "crystal ball", that is, in the hollow glass ball or bottom glass cover fixed porcelain ornaments (mostly angels, desserts, the Eiffel Tower) and filled with a little "snowflake." At first, these “snowflake” was filled directly with scraps of waste, and it was later replaced with some chemicals (“artificial snow”). The overall effect is usually crystal clear, elegant and elegant. It is a highly artistic decoration and a preferred birthday present for Ringier's artistic personality (usually Pisces and Virgo).
The snowglobe has an alias, "Christmas Rocks the Ball," because it is often used as a Christmas gift for girls, and shaking the ball produces a wonderful effect of snowing.
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