This one is Ilex serrata 'Sundrops' and has a gold splashed variegation. It just lights up when the sun hits it. So far this is a small bushy one, though we've only had it a few years. It seems happy with quite a bit of sun.
There are far fewer deciduous hollies which will grow in places with real winters than the evergreen ones, which is probably why they aren't as well known. There are also just far fewer deciduous species all together. In my big holly book, the deciduous ones take up just 18 pages while the evergreen ones run for 250 pages with the opacas being the largest group.
If you want to try to grow a deciduous holly, one of the best berrying ones is called 'Sparkleberry'. Maybe I just like the name. Species to look for are decidua, monticola, serrata and verticillata. All are small trees (think dogwood sized or smaller) or bushes and so don't need as much space as a large holly tree. Most seem content with some shade and average garden soil and water. They are pretty much pest free and don't require pruning past what you do when you pick stems for decorating.
Maybe some of the lesser known evergreen ones tomorrow and then off to something else.