Remember in Raiders of the Lost Arc, when Indiana says "Snakes. Why'd it have to be snakes?" That's how I felt, that sinking sensation, when I saw all the angels in episode 2x15: Curve Ball.
But, here's what I've ID'd so far...and this may be as much effort as this set deco gets from me. Angels, or at least these mass-produced acrylic, metal and glass angels, don't trip my taste-meter enough.
Most of these seem easily found on Amazon or Ebay--maybe even Etsy--Linens n Things--all kinds of online and brick-and-morter stores. Shouldn't be hard to get if you want 'em. The ones with the most screen time are:
Kurt S. Adler Christmas tree toppers (come in a variety of designs): one strawberry-blond by the ornament box, one fuzzy blond angel in background:
There are a lots of small ornaments, mostly in sets. Again, the ones with most screen time seem to be: Willow Tree angel ornaments (assorted), but looks like these two in particular:
The following angel WAS NOT in the show--but it absolutely should have been! LOL! With all the tea sets, tea cups & coffee mugs that this woman owns & her beautifully planned kitchen--I'm stunned that someone didn't feature this Willow Tree angel, the Angel of the Kitchen:
Since the Willow Tree ornaments get handled by Sharon the most--I'd guess they're the hero props, but the OTC (Oriental Trading Company) acrylic & metal angels get some good shots too. They're featured as a set of three in a tissue-packed box, as well as 4 in the segmented ornament box--all in a row. The middle chicken is easiest to spot in the box.
The "paperstone" tall tabletop Angel is also available in a few styles & finishes. Sharon's I found at Statsfloral.com for about $40. But Linens n Things has a pair of them that they call "snow drift" in silver--if gold's not your thing. None of this is my thing, but I'm not into angels like these. And shop around because you can spend WAY too much money on this stuff if you're not careful.
Meanwhile, back at the office...more snakes angels. There's the Angel of Courage on her desk (Willow Tree again) and a couple white ceramic angels--looks like one's holding a heart and one's standing? I'll see what I can find. Barf. And a large table-top trumpeting angel in the background. Oh, Sharon...
Yay! This post is done!