It's officially festive decorating season! Our pick of the best Christmas tree toppers for 2020 will help you find the perfect finishing touch for your fir.
Warm metallics are popular this year - think gold and brass - and brands like Rockett St George have been having fun with leopards and lips. Decorations that hark back to a bygone era have been revived once more. We're talking Victorian-style angels and Santas in traditional reds and golds.
There's a tree topper for every taste so with no further ado, 'tis time to deck the halls!
This elegant, pale gold star, £12.50, lights up for a glittering glow. It would look magical atop Cox & Cox’s Midnight Forest faux tree, £250.
This rustic star, £26, is hand forged from brass for stunning artisan appeal. Its mirrored glass adds an antique edge that will enchant generations.
Deck a traditional, Victorian-inspired Christmas tree with this pretty fairy, £14.99, wearing her finest red and gold dress.
Fold out and display this intricate paper snowflake, £19.99, to bring the winter wonderlands of Scandinavia to your home.
Bejewelled with tiny pearls and a beautiful brooch-style gem, this ornate star, £35, comes in gold or silver.
Support the National Trust with this charming white felt dove, £7. Hand embroidered with gold stars and carrying a mistletoe leaf, it is made by a team of skilled female artisans in the Himalayas.
Make a sustainable statement with this natural mango wood tree topper, £14.95, with its contemporary star silhouette. Team it with home-crafted decorations for cottagecore appeal.
Leopard on a Christmas tree? It's a yes from us! This glamorous big cat, £25, will look regal perched on top of your fir, keeping her beady eyes on your gifts.
Children and adults alike will love this adorable angel mouse, £20.50, lovingly crafted from cotton with a taffeta dress, glittery wings and a halo.
Crown a period-inspired tree with this vintage heirloom Santa. Mouth-blown in Poland, it is silver-coated and delicately hand-decorated using traditions dating right back to the 1800s.
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